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14 September 2015

But skipper in positive mood as Blues look to bounce back at Leeds

Luke Chambers sees Town’s defeat at Reading as a reality check to anyone that thought this season was going to be a straightforward after Blues’ impressive start to the campaign.

The 5-1 loss at the Madejski was Town’s biggest defeat in three years but the skipper believes Blues will still head to Leeds on Tuesday night in a  positive frame of mind.

“If anyone thought that this season was going to be ours and was going to be easy for us then I think Friday night showed that is not the case,” Chambo told the Club website.

“We’ve shown that we are a good team in the division throughout the first five games so people could have easily thought that but we have never been complacent.

“We’ve got to bounce back. We’ve always had a good mentality in the squad so the result is one that we have to learn from quickly.

“That’s two defeats in a row so we need to stop that at Leeds and we’ll be looking forward to getting ourselves back to having smiles on our faces.

“We’ve found ourselves on the end of something that’s very, very hard to take at Reading and if we want to finish near the top of the league then it’s something that can never happen again.”

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