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"My job is to get our boys ready, give them a game-plan and go out and try to bounce back from Saturday." Coventry City's Tony Mowbray

10 March 2015

The Sky Blues boss also doesn't believe that Bradford will be affected by their FA Cup tie at the weekend...

Coventry City boss Tony Mowbray believes that Bradford City's intense FA Cup tie at the weekend will not have an adverse affect on the Bantams.

Bradford played out a tense 0-0 draw with Reading at the weekend in the Cup quarter-final in the midst of a hectic fixture schedule.

But Mowbray doesn't think that Phil Parkinson's side will be affected in any way by the cup-tie and is eager to get a good result against them after Saturday's disappointing 3-2 defeat to Vale. 

"Let's hope them playing in the FA Cup has an adverse affect!" Mowbray said.

"But it won't affect them. Bradford are hard working, they don't have a host of foreign players they're all generally british based players who understand the schedule and the Saturday, Tuesday games.

"They know that at this level every game is tough and it won't be much different against us.

"My job is to get our boys ready, give them a game-plan and go out and try and get a good result to bounce back from Saturday."

Sky Blues fans can watch Tony Mowbray in his second game in charge with our special ticket offer of buy-one-get-one-free on ALL tickets tonight!

These tickets have to be purchased by 5.30 tonight and full details of how to redeem our BOGOF offer can be found here! 


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