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No Rest for the Hatters!

No Rest for the Hatters!

There`s no rest for Luton Town Football Club with the Hatters back in action this Tuesday evening.

After beating Hereford 7-0 and Nuneaton 5-0, Luton welcome Wrexham to Kenilworth Road.

Wrexham are, incidentally, the last team to beat Luton, when the Hatters were beaten on 13th September, a whopping 23 games ago.

However, although our recent form suggests that Luton must be favourites to beat the Welsh outfit, John Still has urged caution, remarking to the local media,

"It will be a tough game, I think they`re a decent side, they beat us there and I hold my hands up as afterwards I said I didn`t pick what I realized would have turned out to be the right team."

"We all make mistakes and I made one, that`s gone, it`s got no relevance to what`s coming up."

"We`ve got to go and play for this club on Tuesday, work as hard as we can and try and get the best result."


Following two emphatic wins it`ll be interesting to see if a few more punters can be attracted through the door as we head towards what we all hope will be automatic promotion this season.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Mad Hatter
Date:Sunday February 23 2014
Time: 5:01PM

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Another home win I suggest :-)
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