Jon Whitney: Let's Build Upon Saturday's Second-Half Display
 
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Jon Whitney: Let's Build Upon Saturday's Second-Half Display
 
Jon Whitney: Let's Build Upon Saturday's Second-Half Display

Jon Whitney: Let's Build Upon Saturday's Second-Half Display

3:25 pm Tuesday, 27 February 2018  
Jon Whitney has spoken ahead of this evening's League One clash with managerless Peterborough United, and called upon his side to replicate their second-half showing against league leaders Blackburn Rovers.
Walsall manager Jon Whitney has spoken ahead of this evening's League One clash with managerless Peterborough United, and called upon his side to replicate their second-half showing against league leaders Blackburn Rovers as they look to take an important step towards securing their future in the third tier.

Whitney, who is listed among a host of managers linked with the newly vacant managerial position at London Road, was speaking via the club's official website - Saddlers.co.uk, and said; "We want to try to win every game. We had really good energy in the second half against Blackburn and we broke from a really good shape – we never looked open. We will take that into tonight and we won’t go there just to park the bus because that’s not us as a team.

"We have to make it difficult for Peterborough. They’re a threat with three up top and they’ve got pace in the team – a lot of goals as well. We will go there to create problems for them and to see if we can get a bit more of a gap between ourselves and the bottom four.

"We will be ready for them and if we can take that belief and energy from the second half against Blackburn, then I believe we will be a match for any team."

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