Head Coach Carlos Corberán speaks to the press before our Sky Bet Championship fixture against Cardiff City at the John Smith's Stadium
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Carlos Corberán has provided a full update on his squad during his pre-match press conference as Town prepare to face Cardiff City at the John Smith's Stadium on Wednesday 23 February 2022.
As usual, our Head Coach begun his press conference by discussing the availability within his squad, disclosing that his side had no fresh injury concerns having played Fulham.
“After the weekend we have the same number of players, and we have the opportunity to add Levi Colwill.
“Pipa is progressing really well, but we’re not going to have him back for tomorrow.
“We will see how Tino Anjorin progresses, he’s finishing the last part of his rehab. "It's very positive to have him here and be able to talk to him about the previous games and make him ready."
Turning his attention to Cardiff City and reflecting on our first meeting of the season, Carlos was keen to point out that Town have learnt from that defeat, whilst their opponents have also grown since that earlier encounter.
"I think the last time we played Cardiff City we did enough good things in the first half to win the game and enough good things in the second half to have a better result.
"One of the reasons we lost that game was because we tried to win.
"I remember Sorba tried to pass it in behind Campbell, and if that had worked maybe we'd have score, but instead there was a counter-attack and they scored.
"It was a key point from a learning point of view, and a game we used to keep growing.
“Cardiff are a different side now and over the past few games have achieved the same number of points as, say, Fulham.”
Ask about the victory against Fulham and how his side have faired since, Corberán insisted that his side managed the match well and deserve to enjoy their success, whilst maintaining the attitude that has carried them this far.
“Our game against Fulham was one of the highest values for distance covered, but not for high intensity because we did a good job defensively to avoid those high intensity moments.
"I like my players to have the reward of the successes and the sacrifices and being humble and working hard.
"That's how I see life and that's how I see football."
Watch the full press conference via HTTV below.
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