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Players Go To Wolves Fearing Nothing: Cotts

Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill wants his side to go to high flying Wolves with no fear on Saturday.

Although Wanderers are 20 places above the Robins in the league and City have not won at Molineux, he sees no reason why his players cannot go up to the Midlands and take the game to the title favourites.

Cotterill still sees comparisons between the two clubs and the game is just like playing any other side in the league.

He told the Bristol Post: "We`ve played well in every game this year and I see no reason why we should do anything different just because it`s Wolves.

"We`ll go there and try to impose our game on them. Obviously, there will be spells when they will have the ball, because they are at home and are looking to get promotion.

"But we are enjoying a good mini-run of our own and we are looking forward to the game. If you look at the current form table, you will find we are just above Wolves.'


Since the 1911/12 season, City have won just twice at Wolves.


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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 23 2014

Time: 6:03PM

Your Comments

No team in any league should be fearful of a team, that said if we can't beat a team like bristol then we have no chance of promotion.
johnwolf
You are right Mr Wolf, we are nowhere near good enough to have caused you any problems. Good luck next season in the Championship
robin1977
Cotterill talks crap, that should be clear by now, just like the rest of the fools we have had in charge over the last few years
Zac Dingle
 

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