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CHAMBERS: THE GAME HAD EVERYTHING

1 September 2012

Defender praises team-mates after entertaining draw

Luke Chambers praised his Town team-mates after Blues claimed a draw with Huddersfield in a game that he described had ‘everything’.

The defender netted his first goal of the season to cancel out Adam Clayton’s opener for the Terriers, before Michael Chopra fired Town in front with a cool finish.

James Vaughan then pulled the visitors level, before then seeing a late penalty kept out by Town stopper Scott Loach-someone who drew the plaudits of stand-in skipper Chambers.

“The game had everything really!” Luke told the Club website.

“You only have to look at the end there. We hit the post through Chops (Michael Chopra), which would have made it 3-1, and then next thing we are conceding a penalty.

“Loachy's (Scott Loach) made an excellent save from the penalty and he’s been brilliant for us today.

“But all the lads have done well and I think it was a fair result on the balance of the game.

“We started slowly but I thought we bounced back well, considering the week we’ve just had, and we performed a lot better after half-time.

“But I think things will come and the sooner we learn to shut games out as a team, we’re going to be a threat in this league.”

 


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