Luton Manager Encourages His Town Players To Be Positive

Rob Edwards, the manager of Luton, believes his team will bounce back from their FA Cup crushing at the hands of an Erling-Haaland-inspired Manchester City this coming weekend when they play Aston Villa in a crucial match that will determine the club’s Premier League survival.

After Luton’s Defeat Yesterday

The defeat suffered by Town yesterday evening was their worst since a 7-0 loss to Fulham in May 2022. It was also the first time in nearly 30 years that they had given up six goals at home, with Sheffield United winning 6-3 in a Division One match back in December 1994. Town felt the full force of the Norwegian international, who was unstoppable that evening, and chief architect Kevin De Bruyne, who contributed four assists.

According to historical accounts, Town has a strong track record of recovering from defeats of this kind. After losing badly at Craven Cottage, they defeated Reading 1-0, while the Blades’ setback resulted in a goalless draw against Derby County at home. They were again humiliated 7-0 by Brentford in November 2019. After that, they overcame Wigan 2-1 in an exciting match, won by George Moncur’s unforgettable winner.

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