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The Opposition View - Burton Albion


In the wake of yesterday's latest defeat at Burton, here are some views on the game from the Brewers' assistant manager Kevin Summerfield and a few of their fans.

"It was a resolute performance. It was vital we got three points this evening," said Summerfield.

"It was very difficult in the first-half to create any space, to create any openings, but once or twice our strikers opened them up and did really well."

"Adam (McGurk) was very unlucky with the shot that hit the post, and Billy (Kee) had one or two that just didn't fall for him. They were both very bright and played well together."

"We got into good positions in the second half. Wycombe had to open out and change what they were doing a little bit to try and get back in the game so obviously there was more space and it suited us a bit better."


The Brewers' fans were happy to bank an easy three points.

The following extracts are taken from Twitter and Brewers Talk.

Ian Burgoyne wrote:
'That result will do nicely. Huge 3 points given our recent run of results.'


Luke Sparrow wrote:
'Massive 3 points. Not the best performance but it keeps us in it. We needed that!'


Adam Drew wrote:
'We were awful and made hard work of edging it against a shocking side. Underwhelmed.'


Ashley Wilkinson wrote:
'A thoroughly deserved win.'


no1brewer wrote:
'Absolutely delighted with the win. Keeps us in the hunt, but the stadium did look a little empty which must be a big concern.'


texasreserves wrote:
'Attendance 1,784. It would be really hard to finance a competitive League-1 team on attendances regularly under 2,000. Might even be impossible just to stay in L-1 with that level of income.'


Next Game: Scunthorpe v Wycombe - Sat 29th March - 3.00pm




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Date:Wednesday March 26 2014

Time: 11:47AM

 

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