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3 October 2014

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The two managers' thoughts ahead of Saturday’s game at the Lamex.

John Still: "I find him [Graham Westley] all right, I find most managers okay.

"He works as hard as he can for his own club and tries to get as many plus points for his own club as well.

"Some people can argue rights and wrongs of how people do things, me personally, I have no problems with people doing everything they can for their own club.

"As long as it’s what I call done fairly and I’ve got no reason to doubt he does everything he can for his club.

"But we can stand up to any challenges, we can stand up to physical challenges, can stand up to technical challenges and we can stand up to mental challenges. Whatever they bring, we’ll be ready for."

Graham Westley, speaking to the Hertfordshire Mercury: "They [Luton] will feel they are a different club [since the last meeting, in April 2010] and we certainly will feel they are a different club. In their case John Still has come in to replace the then manager. Still is a wily old fox. He knows the game.

"He has been about. We have had our tussles and our encounters over the years and I think that you know you are going to get nothing for nothing from a John Still team. They always play for their manager. They are diligent. It's always tough contest.

"John and I are different people for sure. But I'm sure we have got a mutual respect. Our teams have gone head to head over the years. I have never found his teams easy to play against. They are always organised and have many of the same attributes that my teams have got. I have got a strong regard for John. He has won promotions in his career and any manager that has won promotions deserves respect, that's for sure."

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