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Pratley: We've Got To Stay Positive

Darren Pratley says the Swans must stay positive ahead of Saturday's tough trip to Derby County.

Swansea City have dropped 4 points in their last 2 games, after conceding late equalisers to deny them deserved wins against Newcastle United and Plymouth Argyle respectively.

The midfielder also told the club's website that he was glad to score against Plymouth but was disappointed that it didn't win them the game.

'We have got to stay positive,'

'We will go into every game like we do to try and win. Whether we won at Plymouth it wouldn't necessarily mean that if we get a point on Saturday we'll be happy because we go into every game trying to win.

'And that's what we will do when we go to Derby.'

'It was a good strike,'

'I had a bit of time on the ball, sometimes when you have that time you don't know what to do at first.

'I didn't know whether to chip it straight away but I took another touch and then managed to get a good strike on it.

'Obviously I was delighted to get the goal but then it was disappointing to come away with just a point instead of all three.'




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Date:Thursday February 18 2010

Time: 6:27PM

 

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