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Gaffer's View: Time To Walk The Walk

Gaffer's View: Time To Walk The Walk
Lee Clark was happy with his side after they beat Middlesbrough at St Andrews on Friday night, now he wants his side to push on and do it more often.

The win which came about after a couple of goals for Marlon King and a long range strike from Wade Elliott twice brought City from behind to win the game 3-2.

It was only a second home win in seven attempts for Birmingham as they ended a four-match winless run.

And Clark wants more of it.

He told reporters: 'Now we have to kick on. We cannot have any of the nonsense we've had all season where we get a couple of positive results like Blackpool (a 1-1 draw at Bloomfield Road in midweek) and today, and then come unstuck next weekend at Wolves. We've got to kick on now.'

He continued: 'Talk is cheap. Too many people talk the talk - you've got to walk the walk.

'Any team who wants to be successful has to go on a run of games where there's more wins, although you can sprinkle in a couple of draws, but you've certainly got to have an unbeaten run with a lot of wins in there to kick you up the table.'

Writer:Foxxy
Date:Saturday December 1 2012
Time: 1:41PM

Comments

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Good words, but as you say, dont talk the talk, get plyers playing. You are the manager, Its up to you
elo_fan
01/12/2012 13:45:00
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Yep, he is the boss and the blame musst lie with him everytime we bugger things up, however the Boro game was a better performance than of late.
Sidderz
04/12/2012 07:17:00
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Sack him and throw him to the floor, then pick him up and throw him to the floor again.
blue bloke
04/12/2012 14:05:00
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