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23 January 2014

Tabby looking forward to seeing old friends as Reading visit but insists earning three points for Town is his only focus

Jay Tabb admits it will be good to go up against some close friends at the weekend, but insists Reading can expect no favours from him as Town look to get back to winning ways against the Royals.

The midfielder moved to Portman Road from the Berkshire club in the summer on a free transfer and scored against the Royals on the opening day of the season, although Town slipped to a 2-1 defeat that afternoon.

Blues will be looking to avenge that scoreline tomorrow though and insists he will be giving his all to beat his former employers.

“It will be good to see a few familiar faces, as I pretty much know the whole Reading squad and I’m still friends with the majority of people there,” Jay told the Club website.

“Friendships go out of the window though during the game, as you have a job to do. I will shake hands with them before the match kicks-off but then I will be doing my all to beat them over the 90 minutes, as we need a result.

“After the game I will catch up with the lads properly and hopefully I will be the one smiling with three points in the bag.

“It’s a big game for both sides, as we are both looking to be in the top six come May and we need to get back to winning ways.” 


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