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The Baggies Will Bounce Back

The Baggies Will Bounce Back

It's another Michael Appleton day in the press, and he says on the start to our season that he's confident we will soon turn the corner.

Speaking to the Birmingham Mail the assistant boss repeated that he and the other coaching staff were learning tons from Roy Hodgson given his wide experience in the game, and with the work that takes place on the training pitch, he's sure we will soon start taking more 3 points and lifting ourselves up the table.

'We know what we want, the players know and we have a way of playing. We're working to get the same thing. I'm sure we'll reap the benefits from the work we do on the training field.'

He adds that games that we won last season were tight, and little has changed really in how we set up or what we work on, it's just that the games aren't going for us at the moment but he thinks it soon will.

'I'm confident that will happen again this season, hopefully soon. We believe we will get results doing what we are doing.'

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Writer:Baggy Boy
Date:Thursday October 6 2011
Time: 2:40PM

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