Pratley Determined To Chalk Up Win.

Monday, 22 December 2008, 16:34
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Swansea City midfielder Darren Pratley has urged his team mates to to convert the good performances seen over the course of the last month into three points as the former Fulham man looks to break the Swans drawing streak.

After letting four points slip between their figures in recent weeks against Sheffield United and Blackpool, frustration is mounting to win but Pratley insists that its only a matter of time before Swansea break the cycle of draws as he told the BBC, he said “If we keep playing well, hopefully we’ll get the three points instead of one. The sooner we get the win, the better.”

He added, “If we keep playing as we are, I’m sure some team is going to be on the back of a real hiding.”

Many fans and pundits alike have attributed the recent run of form down to the long term injury to Dutch maestro Ferrie Bodde but the 23 year old has rubbished those suggestions and wants to silence the clubs critics and get a win to push Swansea up the championship table, he said “It gets us moving up the table and gets you [the media] to stop talking about Ferrie.”

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