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We Won't Dwell On Cup Exit

Billy Jones has said the Baggies won't dwell on last night's disappointment as we look to get back to winning ways against Villa.

Speaking to wba.co.uk Jones called for his team mates to put the cup exit behind us and bounce back in the derby game.

'The best thing after a disappointing performance, which has led to us losing a game, is for another game to come around quickly. We've got three days and then we're playing the derby, we're looking forward to it.'

We've already shown we can bounce back following the Fulham defeat, so we've got to do the same again this time round.

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Date:Thursday September 27 2012

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