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Pre-match snippets from Waddock & Knill


Ahead of tomorrow's clash between Wycombe Wanderers and a Bury side looking for their seventh consecutive away win, here are some pre-match comments from both managers.


Blues boss Gary Waddock told Chairboys Player: "They're two good sides, two teams that want to go and score goals and take the game to the opposition, so it should be a good game."

"People have said that we're okay at counter attacking away from home, so it might be a case of doing the same thing at home. But our game plan is to go into the game and take the game to them. They are going to catch us on occasion because of the style that we play, but we won't change that, and we're looking to be on the front foot and take the game to them."


Shakers' manager Alan Knill was quietly confident that his team have the tools to win at Adams Park and break a club-record in the process with a remarkable seventh straight vicory on their travels.

"Our away form has been magnificent. I think it suits our game for teams to have to come out and break us down as we've been excellent on the counter-attack this season," he told the Manchester Evening News.

"When we've scored the first goal in particular we've looked really strong, we have the speed and the skill to pick off teams and hopefully that can continue on Saturday, but we know it's going to be a tough, tough game against a very good side who I have no doubt will be up there in the promotion race come the end of the season."




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Date:Friday December 10 2010

Time: 2:05PM

 

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