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Keane expects City to attack

After seeing his side frustrated by Crystal Palace on Tuesday night, Sunderland manager Roy Keane expects a more open game against Coventry City at the weekend.

He said: 'Palace decided a point was a good result and, credit to them, they got it.

'Coventry come to us tomorrow on the back of a decent result and I think they will try and have more of a go at us.

'I try not to get too bogged down with what the opposition do though - it comes down to what we do on the day.

'It is another home game and we have to make sure we make them count now.'




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Date:Friday February 2 2007

Time: 2:16PM

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I think we'll try to keep it tight and like Palace would be happy with a point. Heath has (rightly) decided to go back to basics it seems.
CET Stander
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02/02/2007 14:18:00

I don't think he has been doing his homework I have not seen us go at a tem for sometime, we need to keep it tight and hit them on the break with Mifsud and McKenzie speed
ccfcks
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02/02/2007 18:28:00

Swttle for a point - consolidation is the best option - we need 5 more wins to be sure!
Nogsy
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03/02/2007 00:07:00

 

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