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STILL & CMS ON POSH TIE

4 December 2015

Words from John Still and Craig Mackail-Smith ahead of Sunday

JOHN STILL ON PETERBOROUGH: “We've got to play well, we've got to find the form that I think we are capable of and, when the draw was made, if we're going to be away then I was happy with Peterborough.

“It's going to be a tough, tough game, but I don't have a problem with tough games and it may actually be a bit of a blessing. I'm looking forward to it.

“Graham Westley has his critics and maybe he doesn't please everybody, but I always put managing into two categories. One of them is how you are and one of them is the job that you do. He did a very, very good job at Stevenage and he's doing a good job so far at Peterborough.”

TOWN STRIKER CRAIG MACKAIL-SMITH ON HIS RETURN TO HIS FORMER CLUB: “I went there and I kind of made myself a name, we won three promotions in four years and I scored the bulk of my goals in my career there.

“It definitely made me into the player that I am today and a lot of people I know are still at the club, so I'm looking forward to going back there and doing a professional job for Luton.

“It will be a family affair for me. My partner is Barry Fry’s daughter. I guess he will want me to play well but for them to win but for me I’m concentrating on doing everything I can to help us win.”

CMS on current league form: “The league hasn't quite gone as we wanted it to, the last two games haven't planned out so this gives us that break to go away now and go up against a good team in good form and show that, as a team, we can cope at the next level.

“We need to perform week in week out at this level to make sure that we get there.

“It's hard to put a finger on it - I think it's a lack of concentration.

“We're still very much in with a chance of doing something very good this season. We're working very hard as a team and as individuals as to why this keeps happening to us.”

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