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Baker buoyed by positive performances

17 September 2015

Carl Baker says the Dons squad remain confident even though their impressive away displays at Middlesbrough and Burnley weren’t rewarded with points.

Although the men from MK1 failed to take anything from their trips to the Riverside Stadium and Turf Moor, they did prove more than a match for two sides who are expected to be challenging for promotion come the end of the season.

Baker, who netted his fourth goal of the campaign in Tuesday’s loss to the Clarets, says the group are staying positive and he fully believes their luck will change sooner rather than later.

“The lads are still confident and heads are still up because we’re performing well,” Baker told MK Dons PlayerHD following the clash with the Clarets.

“We’re having a lot of possession and we’re creating chances. We’d be worried if we were getting battered but we’re not, we’re playing well. We’re working hard in training and we’ve just got to keep doing that, plugging away and hopefully our luck will change.”

He continued: “I thought we played really well against Burnley at what is a difficult place to come to. I spoke to some of their guys and they said we’re one of the best teams they’ve played but we don’t want to be a sob story all the time - we want to get results and we’re disappointed in the dressing room because we felt like we should have got something out of this game."


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