Magilton to keep same team
JIM Magilton confirmed he is looking to start with the same side for the fourth game running today against West Brom and rectify that poor result in October.He said: “That team deserved to play again, if only to right the wrongs.
JIM Magilton confirmed he is looking to start with the same side for the fourth game running and rectify that poor result in October.
He said: “That team deserved to play again, if only to right the wrongs. They played better against Stoke than they did Leeds and, even though they were under more pressure in the Stoke game, they delivered.
“It will be a tough game at Albion and I will expect some professional pride after being beaten five. I don't expect they want that to happen again.
“I expect us to play better than we did then and our away performances have been good so the onus will be on the home team.
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“They have the players to hurt us but we have to go there and produce another good away performance.”
Magilton will be reunited with former team mates Tony Mowbray and Mark Venus who are now in charge at West Brom and revealed how they have been to him as a rookie boss.
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He said: “ They have both been very helpful to me and understanding to me being in my first job in management.
“They have been very supportive and given any advice I need.
“I have massive respect for both of them and for what they have achieved.”
Magilton was at St Andrews last night to watch Monday's opponents Birmingham as the league leaders took on Luton.