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Burley Targets Automatic Promotion

Burley - 'Our aim is to finish in the top two and we will keep working hard'

Saints Boss George Burley thinks that Southampton are more then good enogth for a top two finish

Speaking after Southampton's 1-1 draw with promotion rivals West Bromwich Albion Burley said 'The players have got a great work ethic and we play some good entertaining and exciting football, Our aim is to finish in the top two and we will keep working hard - we've got a lot of work to be done. It's not going to be easy.

'We have improved a lot in the last six months and if we keep playing in this manner we won't be far away.'

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Date:Monday February 12 2007

Time: 11:19PM

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Good to hear Burley talkiing positvily about the top 2.. COYR
Saintmike
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12/02/2007 23:21:00

yes positivity >COYRAWS
Terriers
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12/02/2007 23:35:00

Derby and Brum for sure. Play-offs should be Sunderland, Saints, Preston and West Brom. I would imagine that Sunderland and WBA would be hard to beat based on their previous campaigns at this level.
pompeygray
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