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Albion Have The Strength To Cope

Albion Have The Strength To Cope

James Morrison has said he believes there is enough strength in depth to cope with the challenging festive period, even though we seem to be losing players by the day.

Speaking to the E&S after Mulumbu was the latest to be ruled out with suspension, Morrison said.

'Maybe we might like one or two extra players, but I think we've got enough in the squad. I think the injured lads are all coming back soon and I still feel, if you have a bad game, there is pressure on you. I felt in the first half yesterday we played like a team with pressure on us, coming off three defeats is not always nice, but we have got that off our backs now so we can look forward to the next game. We've struggled in the past at this time so we've got to be on the ball. Ending the losing run is what we wanted to do.'

I think that's the main point, whilst everybody would've preferred three points again, at least we've broken that run of losing games now and the players will be freer to express themselves more and get back to the performances and results that we've been deserving so far this season.

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Writer:Baggy Boy
Date:Monday December 17 2012
Time: 4:44PM

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