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26 February 2015

I think we just have to keep on doing what we were doing and getting back to what we were doing

After the Brewers slipped to just their second defeat under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink in 17 games, Robbie Weir told that him and the lads must keep doing what they have been doing.

The Albion lost narrowly to Accrington Stanley on Tuesday night thanks to a long range effort from youngster Josh Windass which was enough to win the game.

“I think we just have to keep on doing what we were doing and getting back to what we were doing.

“We usually close things down and move the ball quicker and we have a lot of movement so we don’t really have to look at it that much.” Weir told us.
“It’s one defeat in 13 you know it’s not like we are in a relegation battle.”

Robbie Weir added “We just want to get back to what we were doing when we were winning games.”

The Northern Irish midfielder is quite a popular figure in the dressing room and he expressed how disappointed the lads were after the defeat to Accrington.

He told us the lads wouldn’t have been so down about the loss if Accrington were the better team.

“You know they are all disappointed with the way we lost.

“If we lost with all hands up and they were the better team then fair enough but they (Accrington Stanley) weren’t, it was just not our night.

Hasselbaink’s unbeaten run had to come to an end at some point and Weir is glad that is came at this point in the season.

“It was one of them nights but I think the biggest thing is the lads knew it was going to come one day and luckily enough it came on Tuesday night and hopefully we will react to it on Saturday.”

You can watch the full interview here

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