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Manager Expecting Tough Game

14 March 2013

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Chesterfield manager Paul Cook is anticipating a tough afternoon against Oxford United at the weekend.

The Spireites travel to the Kassam Stadium on the back of a much-needed 2-0 victory over Bristol Rovers last weekend.

Spectacular goals from Jay O'Shea and Armand Gnanduillet were enough to claim all three points over in-form Rovers.

Oxford United have enjoyed a good run of late, losing just once in their last seven game - winning five.

Speaking ahead of the game, Cook said: “When you go to Oxford, for you to come away with a result there, you’re going to have to play well.

“It’s about us turning up on Saturday, playing well and representing our supporters in a correct and proper manner.

“If we do that I believe we can win the game.”

Cook also revealed that the mood at the Proact Stadium following a victory is something he wants to replicate on a regular basis.

He said: “That creates an environment of where we all want to be. The more wins you get the more people come into the ground, the busier the bars are, the busier the concourses are, the more money we have in the club that can go back into the foundations of the club.

“My job is to try and win games. Certainly going forward you know it’s something I’ve got to do.”

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