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Sousa: 'We Can Win The Last 4 Games'

Sousa: 'We Can Win The Last 4 Games'

Paulo Sousa says his side are capable of winning all 4 of our remaining games to finish the season in the play-offs.

Blackpool are providing plenty of competition to nick a play-off spot off either us or Leicester City and we continue from yesterday's 3-0 win and get the points we need to finish ahead of both those teams.

Sousa said:

'We are capable of winning the four games we have left,'

'I think what we have done until now this season proves we are capable of doing that.

'I don't know what we will need to get into the play-offs. I don't think about that.

'We want to keep our position in the table and to be certain of that we need to win all our games. If we win against Bristol City on Saturday, we will not drop out of the play-off places.

'As we have always done, our aim is to try to be competitive in every game we play and to win every game.

'I have said from the start I want that winning mentality and it is the same now.

'With all respect to our opponents, we should not think about them. We will only try to achieve a high level of performance ourselves.'




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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Tuesday April 6 2010
Time: 6:29PM

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Let's just concentrate on Bristol on Saturday, they are unbeaten in 5 matches including a draw against Newcastle. This may well be our hardest game for some time. Any slip will be costly now as all the teams are playing well.
Philto
06/04/2010 19:08:00
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