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KEEPER SAYS THERE WILL BE NO HANGOVER FROM BARNSLEY DEFEAT

17 August 2015

BURTON Albion goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin says that the Brewers will quickly put the defeat at Barnsley to bed and look to get a a good result at Blackpool.

Albion lost to a penalty on Saturday and now head to the seaside to take on troubled Blackpool tomorrow.

McLaughlin says: ""We will shake that one off and go again for Tuesday. As soon as the whistle goes we are always looking to the next game. When we won against Scunthorpe and against Bolton it wasn't all about how good we are. We move on, that's the most important thing.

"We take the positives and move onto the next game at Blackpool. It's another exciting game for us and the good thing about moving up to this division is that there are plenty of exciting games."

The keeper was disappointed to see Albion create the better chances at Barnsley but go down to a disputed penalty.

" I really didn't think it was a penalty. My gut feeling, which is the way you always work it out it in your head, was the lad wasn't even looking for it.
We are all really disappointed,

"But there are a lot of positives, the result was the only negative and their manager has admitted it's a bit of smash and grab. The lads look incredibly fit, incredibly hungry for the challenge of this league. They didn't really hurt us so the result was hard to swallow."



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