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Five points from Harry Kewell's Lincoln City preview

The key points from the Head Coach's preview ahead of game at Sincil Bank

27 October 2017

Harry Kewell spoke to iFollow Crawley ahead of the game against the Imps - and we've summarised the key points from his chat with us below...

They did what we discussed... 

"Luton had been dominating sides throughout the season but when we took a closer look at them we felt we could stop that and actually dominated them on Saturday," said the Head Coach.

"We knew if we could stfifle their forward players then they didn't really have a threat. For the players to take on the information and carry out the instructions was really pleasing."

Persistent Panutche...

"We always know we're capable of playing well and beating any team.

"There were some great individual performance, I thought Panutche Camara was excellent. It was a tough role for him but he adapted straight away.

"He worked really hard, caused them problems and held the ball up well - as well as trying a few spectacular shots!"

Setting a standard... 

"That has to be the blueprint in terms of work ethic and performance now.

"It's the attitude that I was happy with - from everyone in the squad. I'm a big believer in attitude and that's what gets you to places. The boys showed it from the get go last weekend."

Moving on up...

"Lincoln City are on an upward curve as a club and have bought in some good players during the summer transfer window.

"They're very flexible and so it'll be an interesting game and I think we'll have to be ready to adapt accordingly to be successful."

Crowd pleaser...

"I've heard they've got a good crowd at home matches and so it's a great chance for my boys to go there and play in front of that amount of people.

"We should enjoy it but we're there to do a job, a tough one, but it's a great opportunity to go there and follow up the weekend's performance."

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