Brabin discusses Town keeper situation
TOWN boss Gary Brabin has declared himself delighted with the reaction from goalkeeper Mark Tyler after being left out of the last five games, writes Mike Simmonds.
The 33-year-old has been Luton’s first choice stopper since signing in July 2009, but after Kevin Pilkington impressed against Northampton Town in the FA Cup, Brabin has opted to stick with the veteran.
He said: “He’s (Tyler) been fantastic. They’ve got a good relationship them two, they work well and it’s got to be believable, the competition.
“I’ve had a good chat with Mark. He was disappointed, but I think he realises that it’s given him a little bit of a push and it’s fantastic the competition, I want it right the way through team.”
For the full story, see this weeks Luton News / Dunstable Gazette
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