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Lallana Wants More Of The Same

Lallana Wants More Of The Same

Adam Lallana was impressed with the way that the team played at Dagenham and has a feeling that that sort of performance will be needed again if we are to continue our winning run.

With the games starting to come fast in a packed new year programme after losing three games to the weather Adam knows that it will be a difficult time for the team.

He is pleased though that with our large squad we have been able to rotate some players to give everybody a game without losing fropm performances.

Having played so many games at home we know we will have to roll our sleeves up and fight for the right to play our game but we are on a roll and look more like the team we need to be.

With four wins on the trot we are looking more and more dangerous as a strikeforce and have goals being scored from all over the pitch.

The defence and midfield have chipped in along with the goals that our forward line have produced and Adam feels that more is to come.

Bournemouth winning on Saturday pushed us back down to third place in the table and we are looking to reclaim our place as second with a win.

After a slow start and change of management the team is now settled and the players are playing with smiles on their faces and are enjoying the open brand of football that we are now playing.

Here's to another good performance tomorrow and perhaps a Lallana special to cap it off.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Monday January 10 2011
Time: 10:02AM

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Adam ain't the only one that wants mor of the same. We woulod also like the same as Saints fans.
sinner92
11/01/2011 08:57:00
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