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A frustrated Nathan Jones decried the late drama that saw Luton draw 1-1 with relegation rivals Barnsley, but said Town will keep fighting a now need at least three wins from their last four to beat the drop.
Luton Town's attempts to save their Championship status were dealt their second crushing blow in the space of three days as they conceded a late equaliser to fellow strugglers Barnsley this evening.
Hatters manager Nathan Jones shares his thoughts with the press after his side's 1-1 draw with Barnsley at Kenilworth Road.
The Hatters suffered late heartbreak as they were made to settle for a 1-1 draw with Barnsley after Luke Berry’s first-half strike was cancelled out by Aapo Halme’s strike six minutes from time.
Luton succumbed to a controversial 84th Aapo Halme equaliser and then saw Harry Cornick squander a golden late chance for glory in a must-win Championship relegation showdown against Barnsley.
Highlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton and Barnsley.
Luton Town and Barnsley draw at Kenilworth Road, a result that does neither side much good in their relegation fight.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones has warned his side could have their Championship fate sealed this week unless they take points from tonight’s home clash with second bottom Barnsley and Friday night’s trip to fellow strugglers Huddersfield Town.
Nathan Jones says his side will be ready for tonight's must-win relegation six-pointer against Barnsley, but admits that the turnaround time is more akin to Champions League contenders.
Luton boss Nathan Jones opted against reading the riot act to his players after they crumbled to the biggest defeat of his managerial reign and joint worst margin of defeat at Kenilworth Road in their league history when being thrashed 5-0 by Reading
Luton Town have revealed plans to build an indoor training pitch in a bid to ensure their young stars of the future aren’t tempted away by the top clubs.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet has reassured fans that even if Town are faced with the financial 'horror' of playing League One football again next season, the club won't be one of those who have to call in the administrators.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet has called for ‘external intervention’ into the governing of football following what he described as a ‘sham’ decision to allow Championship rivals Wigan to change ownership during the coronavirus pandemic.
Luton Town's hopes of staying in the Championship took a massive blow as they were humiliatingly thumped 5-0 by Reading at Kenilworth Road on Saturday. Find out how the hosts rated on the day.
Luton is not a football club that is threatened by administration, Gary Sweet has confirmed after Wigan became the first Football League club to face that fate.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet has hit out at the EFL and Football Association’s handling of Wigan’s ownership 'sham' and called on an independent authority to keep football in check.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones has admitted that if Luton do not take points off relegation rivals Barnsley and Huddersfield this week that it could seal their Championship fate.
Luton boss Nathan Jones labelled his side’s defending as ‘catastrophic’ as the Hatters were battered 5-0 by Reading at Kenilworth Road this afternoon.
Lowlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton and Reading.
Luton’s hopes of staying in the Championship were left in tatters after a dreadful hammering at the hands of Reading at Kenilworth Road this afternoon.
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A frustrated Nathan Jones decried the late drama that saw Luton draw 1-1 with relegation rivals Barnsley, but said Town will keep fighting a now need at least three wins from their last four to beat the drop.
Luton Town's attempts to save their Championship status were dealt their second crushing blow in the space of three days as they conceded a late equaliser to fellow strugglers Barnsley this evening.
Hatters manager Nathan Jones shares his thoughts with the press after his side's 1-1 draw with Barnsley at Kenilworth Road.
The Hatters suffered late heartbreak as they were made to settle for a 1-1 draw with Barnsley after Luke Berry’s first-half strike was cancelled out by Aapo Halme’s strike six minutes from time.
Luton succumbed to a controversial 84th Aapo Halme equaliser and then saw Harry Cornick squander a golden late chance for glory in a must-win Championship relegation showdown against Barnsley.
Highlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton and Barnsley.
Luton Town and Barnsley draw at Kenilworth Road, a result that does neither side much good in their relegation fight.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones has warned his side could have their Championship fate sealed this week unless they take points from tonight’s home clash with second bottom Barnsley and Friday night’s trip to fellow strugglers Huddersfield Town.
Nathan Jones says his side will be ready for tonight's must-win relegation six-pointer against Barnsley, but admits that the turnaround time is more akin to Champions League contenders.
Luton boss Nathan Jones opted against reading the riot act to his players after they crumbled to the biggest defeat of his managerial reign and joint worst margin of defeat at Kenilworth Road in their league history when being thrashed 5-0 by Reading
Luton Town have revealed plans to build an indoor training pitch in a bid to ensure their young stars of the future aren’t tempted away by the top clubs.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet has reassured fans that even if Town are faced with the financial 'horror' of playing League One football again next season, the club won't be one of those who have to call in the administrators.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet has called for ‘external intervention’ into the governing of football following what he described as a ‘sham’ decision to allow Championship rivals Wigan to change ownership during the coronavirus pandemic.
Luton Town's hopes of staying in the Championship took a massive blow as they were humiliatingly thumped 5-0 by Reading at Kenilworth Road on Saturday. Find out how the hosts rated on the day.
Luton is not a football club that is threatened by administration, Gary Sweet has confirmed after Wigan became the first Football League club to face that fate.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet has hit out at the EFL and Football Association’s handling of Wigan’s ownership 'sham' and called on an independent authority to keep football in check.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones has admitted that if Luton do not take points off relegation rivals Barnsley and Huddersfield this week that it could seal their Championship fate.
Luton boss Nathan Jones labelled his side’s defending as ‘catastrophic’ as the Hatters were battered 5-0 by Reading at Kenilworth Road this afternoon.
Lowlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton and Reading.
Luton’s hopes of staying in the Championship were left in tatters after a dreadful hammering at the hands of Reading at Kenilworth Road this afternoon.
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