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Taylor & Oliver believe in the Chairboys

Wycombe Wanderers manager Peter Taylor and defender Luke Oliver have given their thoughts on the Chairboys' current situation ahead of Saturdays' game against fellow strugglers Leyton Orient.


According to the Bucks Free Press, manager Peter Taylor is not planning to change the system he employed in Tuesday's defeat against Tranmere Rovers.

Despite losing to Tranmere, it made a pleasant change to see the Chairboys doing most of the attacking and Taylor felt the players should be applauded for their performance and believes that if they repeat it on Saturday there's a good chance their luck will turn. "If we keep playing like we did on Tuesday, we'll create clear-cut chances," he said.

Alluding to criticism of his tactics from some Wycombe supporters, Taylor said: "It's amazing, we played with Kevin Betsy, Matt Phillips and Chris Zebroski in the midfield, I can't work it out if people think that's defensive, but that's the beauty of the game, everyone has different opinions."

Promising that his team will not hide and backing them to escape relegation, Taylor said he didn't expect to be second bottom of the table at this stage and he didn't expect to finish there at the end of the season either.


Speaking to his club's official website, Oliver stressed the importance of the players believing in their own ability.

"We must believe in ourselves," he said, "We've not been far off in a lot of the games but we need to start getting some results and points on the board."

"It doesn't matter how well you play or how many chances you create, it's about points, that's what it ultimately comes down to. Tomorrow is a big game."




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Date:Friday October 2 2009

Time: 12:51PM

 

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