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Spector Says Things Will Get Better

Spector Says Things Will Get Better

Jonathan Spector says that there will be an improvement coming from Birmingham City and he hopes that improvement will come fairly soon.

City are yet to register their first league win of the season after going down 2-0 to Watford on Saturday, although we are only a couple of games into the season.

A poor performance against Sheffield Wednesday in the first half and the same again at Watford cost all points in both games.

And Spector told the Birmingham Mail: "We`re disappointed with this and the other results as well.

"It`s just not going our way at the moment, for whatever reason.

"Then again, I suppose, you look at last season and we didn`t get off to the best start either.

"It is going to turn around for us, I`m certain of that. We have got too much quality for it not to.
"First half we just weren`t at it. We didn`t come out of the blocks.'



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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Tuesday August 28 2012
Time: 11:33AM

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There is actually a fair chance that things will get better, thats mainly because things can't get much worse
BluenoseTrev
28/08/2012 11:36:00
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