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Whitney - "I Will be Playing My Strongest Team, I Want to Keep This Run Going"
 
Whitney - "I Will be Playing My Strongest Team, I Want to Keep This Run Going"
Whitney - "I Will be Playing My Strongest Team, I Want to Keep This Run Going"
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Whitney - "I Will be Playing My Strongest Team, I Want to Keep This Run Going"

12:04 pm Friday, 4 November 2016
Saddlers boss Jon Whitney has spoken to the press ahead of Saturday's Emirates FA Cup clash with Macclesfield Town, and has revealed that he will be fielding a strong side against the Silkmen as he seeks to make it through to the next round.
Saddlers boss Jon Whitney has spoken to the press ahead of Saturday's Emirates FA Cup clash with Macclesfield Town, and has revealed that he will be fielding a strong side against the Silkmen as he seeks to make it through to the next round.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Jon said; "I won’t be rotating. I will be playing my strongest team. I'm approaching it like a league game because I want to keep this run going. I want to continue the momentum.

"It will be difficult because the pressure is off them, they have underdog status. That expectancy levels things out a little bit and that's why you get upsets in the cup. But it's all about mindsets. My players understand that. Even in the Checktrade Trophy – there has been a consistency to what we do. Last year we got to the fourth round and we want to get that far again or go even further."


  

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