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15 September 2015

Midfielder looking forward to revisiting Elland Road with Town but insists earning three points is his only concern

  • Midfielder makes Elland Road return
  • Signed for Town on a free in the summer
  • Capped eight times by Ireland 
Jonathan Douglas admits he’s looking forward to returning to Elland Road this evening, but won’t be happy unless he leaves with three points. 
The midfielder, signed on a free transfer from Brentford in the summer,  ranks the Whites amongst his former clubs but insists sentiments will go out of the window this evening once he and his Town teammates cross that white line. 
“It’s going to be a tough game, as they all are in the Championship but we’ve done our homework on Leeds and we know what to expect,” Dougie told Ipswich Player HD.
“I know the manager [Uwe Rosler] there from my time at Brentford, so I know all about how he sets his teams up and you can guarantee that they will work really hard for one another.
“They’ve made an excellent start to the season and they play a similar style to us. We want to put right the wrongs of Friday night though, so hopefully we can come out on top.
“I spent four good years at Leeds and it’s a huge club. I have a lot of good memories from my time at Elland Road and it will be nice to see a few familiar faces, but I’m only focusing on Ipswich and doing my best for this Club now.”
Subscribers to Ipswich Player HD can watch the full interview with the midfielder now. 

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