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Michael McIndoe On The Challenges Of Next Season

Michael McIndoe On The Challenges Of Next Season

Bristol City midfielder Michael McIndoe knows his side will need to be stronger next season if they are to go one step further and win promotion from what promises to be a very competitive Championship.

"The disappointment of losing the play-off final has started to fade. In fact, I haven`t thought about it for a couple of weeks now. You can't get too down about it. We probably overachieved in most people's eyes and we have to be very proud of what we did last season. The players did so well before I came in to bring this club up from League One and to get as far as the play-off final pays testament to all our hard work.

"The final is forgotten about and the great thing about football is that you always get that chance to bounce back and have another go. We'll push on again this season. We definitely need another couple of players to add to what we have here already, which is a very strong team, but we'll be looking to go one better this time."

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday July 12 2008
Time: 3:43PM

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You were the surprise package last season. But then you should still be there or there abouts with the talent you have
codbater
13/07/2008 20:42:00
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True codbater. And yet people still expect us to fail and compare us to Colchester and the "second season syndrome" yadda yadda yadda. Happy to surprise people all over again though. City are back! And we're back to stay.
CiderJar
16/07/2008 11:52:00
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