Louis disappointed over cup KO
EVENING Star Ipswich Witches promoter John Louis has said he was disappointed to see his side go out of the cup at Wolves on Monday night.However, Louis feels his team lost the tie in the first leg at Foxhall.
EVENING Star Ipswich Witches promoter John Louis has said he was disappointed to see his side go out of the cup at Wolves on Monday night.
However, Louis feels his team lost the tie in the first leg at Foxhall.
“We were 14 points up at home and should have built on that, but we let our concentration slip and Wolves came back into it. This left us with too much to do.
“Speedway is such a confidence game and you have to keep at it to get results. Some of our team are not getting the points they should but they have to keep going and concentrate 100 percent at riding themselves back amongst the points.
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“Piotr Swiderski's form shows what having a good run can do for you. The boy can do no wrong at the moment and is at the top of his game”.
Swiderski was the only bright light amongst a dull showing at Wolves where Witches lost 54-38. The Pole was pleased with his own performance. He said: “I feel good everywhere at the moment and things seem to be easy.
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“Every time I have been here before it has been wet and maybe that helped me get my set-up right”.
Team manager Pete Simmons was bitterly disappointed with Tuesday's result. He said: “Piotr (Swiderski) is holding the respectability of the side together at the moment and we would be lost without him.
“The rest of the side now has seven days to sort themselves out before our home league campaign starts. As that is all we have left to go for it is imperative we get off to a good start against Swindon.