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TAYLOR LOOKING FOR REPEAT PERFORMANCE

28 February 2014

Gills Manager looking for a repeat of the display at Oldham when his side travel to Ashton Gate on Saturday


Peter Taylor says he will have no complaints following the final whistle on Saturday if his team can replicate the performance that was put in against Oldham last weekend.


shown at Boundary Park., and the Manager has called on his players to show as much commitment and determination that was travel to Ashton Gate looking to avoid a third straight defeatThe Gills


Speaking to the club’s official website he said: “People are surprised that Bristol City are so low and I’m sure at the start of the season they were up there as favourites with Wolves, Brentford and so on.


“Bristol City may be looking at Gillingham as a massive three pointer but you just never know what is around the corner. All of a sudden you can put in a performance and beat the top team.


“I think we did absolutely everything but get a result [against Oldham] – the performance was good, the possession was good – I’m disappointed with the goal we conceded and it’s a little area we could have done better, but overall we created enough chances and tested their keeper.


“I’m sure at quarter to five this Saturday, if I turn around and say we’ve played the same as we did against Oldham I would have no complaints.”


Four players are likely to be missing from the travelling party, with Danny Kedwell’s condition likely to be re-assessed next week.



He added: “Michael Harriman is still struggling but may have a chance at Crawley. Ryan Inniss and Chris Whelpdale are another two weeks.


“Danny Kedwell played in a development game midweek and scored a tremendous goal but got a little whack on his knee which has set him back a bit – we are looking at that one.


“It’s not serious but hopefully it’s something he can run off, it’s too early because there’s a bit of swelling.”


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