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Put Wolves Disappointment Behind Us

Simon Cox has called on the squad to put the disappointing loss to Wolves behind them and finish strongly in our remaining matches.

Speaking to wba.co.uk the 24 year old said the players must be looking to put the smiles back on the faces of fans by playing to our best against Everton in our final home game of the season.

'Sunday was disappointing, it was a below par performance in the first half, but even at 3-1 I still fancied us to get back into it. It just wasn't be be our day. We'll get fresh and prepared now for Everton. Hopefully it'll be a good game to watch, and we can give the fans something to smile about after the defeat on Sunday.'

Another 3 points would certainly do our final league placing the world of good with so many teams still packed tightly. From a financial and confidence perspective pushing ourselves another couple of places higher would do us the world of good as we prepare for next season.

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Date:Tuesday May 10 2011

Time: 2:46PM

 

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