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Hatters boss Nathan Jones felt he hadn’t needed to make any extra changes during the 1-1 draw with Birmingham City on Tuesday night.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones believes his side’s 1-1 draw against Birmingham City on Tuesday night further highlighted the character within the squad at Kenilworth Road.
Luton chief Nathan Jones labelled midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall’s outstanding performance against Birmingham City last night as one of the best he has ever seen during his time as manager of the Hatters.
Luton boss Nathan Jones was thankful to keeper Simon Sluga for what he deemed a ‘wonderful’ save to make sure Town didn’t leave Kenilworth Road empty handed against Birmingham City last night.
Luton midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall revealed that the Town dressing room were left ‘upset’ that they hadn’t registered a first home win since early October when held to a 1-1 draw by Birmingham City last night.
Full player ratings as the Hatters are held to a draw at Kenilworth Road.
Boss Nathan Jones claimed that Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall’s performance in last night’s 1-1 draw with Birmingham was one of the best he’s seen in a Luton shirt, with the midfielder admitting he’s been given the freedom to express himself.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet is ‘sincerely’ hoping that the Hatters will be able to welcome fans back for next Wednesday night’s home game against Norwich City at Kenilworth Road.
Luton boss Nathan Jones felt his side should have claimed all three points against Birmingham City this evening after a performance he described as 'totally dominant.'
Luton were left to rue missed chances and an inspired display from visiting goalkeeper Neil Etheridge as they extended their unbeaten run to four games, held to their third successive 1-1 draw at home to Birmingham City this evening.
James Collins will look at his mantlepiece tonight and wonder how there isn’t a match ball sitting pride of place after he missed golden chances and Luton squandered the opportunity for three points they so richly deserved against Birmingham.
Hatters manager Nathan Jones assessed Luton Town's draw against Birmingham City in the Sky Bet Championship.
The Hatters were left to rue missed chances in the 1-1 draw against Birmingham City in the Sky Bet Championship this evening.
Highlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton and Birmingham.
Luton boss Nathan Jones has urged his side to continue their remarkable record at Kenilworth Road under the floodlights this evening.
Town midfielder Luke Berry has been described as an ‘absolutely magnificent’ purchase by boss Nathan Jones ahead of what will be his 100th appearance for the club if selected against Birmingham City this evening.
Town boss Nathan Jones has praised his players for the manner in which they have adapted to the manic fixture schedule in place since he has returned as manager.
Luton chairman David Wilkinson is hoping that Luton Borough Council will ‘work tirelessly’ to make amends for their decision to grant planning permission for an Aldi store at Gipsy Lane which he felt made ‘no sense.’
Luke Berry will become a Luton centurion if he features against Birmingham City and manager Nathan Jones has hailed the League Two marquee signing that was bought with the Championship in mind.
Town striker Danny Hylton has been ruled out of tomorrow’s home game against Birmingham City at Kenilworth Road, however defender Dan Potts might be involved for the first time this season.
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Luton Town 1-1 Birmingham City
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2 - Luke Berry
2 - Jordan Clark
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Hatters boss Nathan Jones felt he hadn’t needed to make any extra changes during the 1-1 draw with Birmingham City on Tuesday night.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones believes his side’s 1-1 draw against Birmingham City on Tuesday night further highlighted the character within the squad at Kenilworth Road.
Luton chief Nathan Jones labelled midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall’s outstanding performance against Birmingham City last night as one of the best he has ever seen during his time as manager of the Hatters.
Luton boss Nathan Jones was thankful to keeper Simon Sluga for what he deemed a ‘wonderful’ save to make sure Town didn’t leave Kenilworth Road empty handed against Birmingham City last night.
Luton midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall revealed that the Town dressing room were left ‘upset’ that they hadn’t registered a first home win since early October when held to a 1-1 draw by Birmingham City last night.
Full player ratings as the Hatters are held to a draw at Kenilworth Road.
Boss Nathan Jones claimed that Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall’s performance in last night’s 1-1 draw with Birmingham was one of the best he’s seen in a Luton shirt, with the midfielder admitting he’s been given the freedom to express himself.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet is ‘sincerely’ hoping that the Hatters will be able to welcome fans back for next Wednesday night’s home game against Norwich City at Kenilworth Road.
Luton boss Nathan Jones felt his side should have claimed all three points against Birmingham City this evening after a performance he described as 'totally dominant.'
Luton were left to rue missed chances and an inspired display from visiting goalkeeper Neil Etheridge as they extended their unbeaten run to four games, held to their third successive 1-1 draw at home to Birmingham City this evening.
James Collins will look at his mantlepiece tonight and wonder how there isn’t a match ball sitting pride of place after he missed golden chances and Luton squandered the opportunity for three points they so richly deserved against Birmingham.
Hatters manager Nathan Jones assessed Luton Town's draw against Birmingham City in the Sky Bet Championship.
The Hatters were left to rue missed chances in the 1-1 draw against Birmingham City in the Sky Bet Championship this evening.
Highlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton and Birmingham.
Luton boss Nathan Jones has urged his side to continue their remarkable record at Kenilworth Road under the floodlights this evening.
Town midfielder Luke Berry has been described as an ‘absolutely magnificent’ purchase by boss Nathan Jones ahead of what will be his 100th appearance for the club if selected against Birmingham City this evening.
Town boss Nathan Jones has praised his players for the manner in which they have adapted to the manic fixture schedule in place since he has returned as manager.
Luton chairman David Wilkinson is hoping that Luton Borough Council will ‘work tirelessly’ to make amends for their decision to grant planning permission for an Aldi store at Gipsy Lane which he felt made ‘no sense.’
Luke Berry will become a Luton centurion if he features against Birmingham City and manager Nathan Jones has hailed the League Two marquee signing that was bought with the Championship in mind.
Town striker Danny Hylton has been ruled out of tomorrow’s home game against Birmingham City at Kenilworth Road, however defender Dan Potts might be involved for the first time this season.
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