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Graeme Jones joked that he’d been teasing Martin Cranie about his lack of goals before the defender scored a stunner to sink Brentford 2-1 last night.
Luton picked up a superb three points in their quest for Championship survival as they defeated high-flying Brentford 2-1 at Kenilworth Road last night. See how the Hatters players rated on the night.
Luton chief Graeme Jones hailed last night’s brilliant 2-1 win over Brentford as the ‘best’ victory of his managerial career so far.
Graeme Jones hailed his Hatters for finding a different way to beat Brentford 2-1 last night and lift Luton off the foot of the Championship table.
Beating Brentford was the best result of Graeme Jones’ managerial career, which he admitted laid to rest the ghosts of the worst day of his football career in November, when the Hatters were battered 7-0 by the Londoners.
Graeme Jones gave his players tremendous credit after the Hatters beat promotion-chasing Brentford 2-1 at Kenilworth Road this evening.
The Town made it three wins in four as they stunned a Brentford side pushing for promotion at Kenilworth Road this evening.
Can all games be at night under the lights at Kenilworth Road? Somehow, against all the odds, Luton beat high-flying Brentford to claim a shock scalp and supercharge hopes of the great escape.
Luton must be wishing they could play every game under the Kenilworth Road lights as they claimed a truly magnificent 2-1 win, and with it a large slice of revenge, over Brentford this evening.
Highlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton Town and Brentford.
Luton Town moved off the bottom of the Championship as they got a third win in four games and dented Brentford's automatic promotion hopes after an exciting yet nervy 2-1 win at Kenilworth Road.
Luton boss Graeme Jones has urged Town’s fans to play their part at Kenilworth Road this evening as his side take on promotion-chasing Brentford.
Brentford are continuing their quite magnificent season as they look to end a 70-year absence from the top flight by securing promotion to the Premier League.
Town boss Graeme Jones hopes there are no psychological scars within his squad when they host Brentford at Kenilworth Road this evening.
Graeme Jones admits that Luton were naive the last time they faced Brentford, so will study his players’ physical abilities in a bid to avoid another drubbing in tonight’s Championship clash at Kenilworth Road.
Striker Harry Cornick is eyeing some revenge over Brentford after the Championship high-flyers thumped Luton 7-0 in November at Griffin Park.
Luton chief Graeme Jones was remaining optimistic that he will have three key players returning for tonight’s Championship clash against Brentford at Kenilworth Road.
Town boss Graeme Jones is hoping that goalkeeper James Shea won’t be out for the rest of the season after suffering a finger injury last week.
Town chief Graeme Jones labelled it a ‘bitter blow’ to be without the services of attacking duo Izzy Brown and Kazenga LuaLua, plus captain Sonny Bradley for the 3-1 defeat at Charlton Athletic on Saturday.
Luton chief Graeme Jones has demanded the Hatters be 'treated fairly' as they look to stay in the Championship this season.
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10 - James Collins
8 - Harry Cornick
3 - Callum McManaman
3 - Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu
3 - Matty Pearson
2 - Sonny Bradley
2 - Martin Cranie
2 - Kazenga LuaLua
2 - Ryan Tunnicliffe
2 - Andrew Shinnie
1 - Izzy Brown
1 - Jacob Butterfield
1 - Donervon Daniels
1 - Jake Jervis
1 - Lloyd Jones
1 - Elliot Lee
1 - George Moncur
1 - Dan Potts
1 - Alan Sheehan
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7 - James Collins
7 - Dan Potts
4 - Izzy Brown
4 - Glen Rea
4 - Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu
3 - Luke Berry
3 - Kazenga LuaLua
2 - Sonny Bradley
2 - James Bree
2 - Martin Cranie
2 - Matty Pearson
2 - Ryan Tunnicliffe
2 - Andrew Shinnie
1 - Luke Bolton
1 - Jacob Butterfield
1 - Elliot Lee
1 - George Moncur
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Graeme Jones joked that he’d been teasing Martin Cranie about his lack of goals before the defender scored a stunner to sink Brentford 2-1 last night.
Luton picked up a superb three points in their quest for Championship survival as they defeated high-flying Brentford 2-1 at Kenilworth Road last night. See how the Hatters players rated on the night.
Luton chief Graeme Jones hailed last night’s brilliant 2-1 win over Brentford as the ‘best’ victory of his managerial career so far.
Graeme Jones hailed his Hatters for finding a different way to beat Brentford 2-1 last night and lift Luton off the foot of the Championship table.
Beating Brentford was the best result of Graeme Jones’ managerial career, which he admitted laid to rest the ghosts of the worst day of his football career in November, when the Hatters were battered 7-0 by the Londoners.
Graeme Jones gave his players tremendous credit after the Hatters beat promotion-chasing Brentford 2-1 at Kenilworth Road this evening.
The Town made it three wins in four as they stunned a Brentford side pushing for promotion at Kenilworth Road this evening.
Can all games be at night under the lights at Kenilworth Road? Somehow, against all the odds, Luton beat high-flying Brentford to claim a shock scalp and supercharge hopes of the great escape.
Luton must be wishing they could play every game under the Kenilworth Road lights as they claimed a truly magnificent 2-1 win, and with it a large slice of revenge, over Brentford this evening.
Highlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton Town and Brentford.
Luton Town moved off the bottom of the Championship as they got a third win in four games and dented Brentford's automatic promotion hopes after an exciting yet nervy 2-1 win at Kenilworth Road.
Luton boss Graeme Jones has urged Town’s fans to play their part at Kenilworth Road this evening as his side take on promotion-chasing Brentford.
Brentford are continuing their quite magnificent season as they look to end a 70-year absence from the top flight by securing promotion to the Premier League.
Town boss Graeme Jones hopes there are no psychological scars within his squad when they host Brentford at Kenilworth Road this evening.
Graeme Jones admits that Luton were naive the last time they faced Brentford, so will study his players’ physical abilities in a bid to avoid another drubbing in tonight’s Championship clash at Kenilworth Road.
Striker Harry Cornick is eyeing some revenge over Brentford after the Championship high-flyers thumped Luton 7-0 in November at Griffin Park.
Luton chief Graeme Jones was remaining optimistic that he will have three key players returning for tonight’s Championship clash against Brentford at Kenilworth Road.
Town boss Graeme Jones is hoping that goalkeeper James Shea won’t be out for the rest of the season after suffering a finger injury last week.
Town chief Graeme Jones labelled it a ‘bitter blow’ to be without the services of attacking duo Izzy Brown and Kazenga LuaLua, plus captain Sonny Bradley for the 3-1 defeat at Charlton Athletic on Saturday.
Luton chief Graeme Jones has demanded the Hatters be 'treated fairly' as they look to stay in the Championship this season.
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[video] - [Jones] - (a) Middlesbrough
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[video] - [Jones] - (a) Preston North End
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Stoke City
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[video] [Harford] - (h) Rochdale
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[video] [Harford] - (a) Fleetwood Town
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[video] [Harford] - (h) Portsmouth
[video] [Harford] - (a) Southend United
[video] [Harford] - (h) Peterborough Utd
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