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Jake Sinclair Looks Ahead To Hammers U21's

Jake, who scored the first of Saints two goals, told Saints Player, "It wasn`t a penalty, but the referee gave it, and although it`s a bad decision, we just have to get on with it and look forward to the next game,"

The goal he scored was a cheeky but effective backheel which caught the Wolve's keeper cold. Grinning he said, "I knew the 'keeper wouldn`t be ready, so I just thought why not let`s backheel it into the corner!"

With a trip to West Ham on Friday Jake said that the team were looking forward to the game as they search for their first win.

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Date:Wednesday February 13 2013

Time: 2:37PM

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