Man City are a "winning machine" says Edwards ahead of Sunday clash

Following Tuesday's agonisingly late 3-4 defeat to Arsenal, Rob Edwards worked through the week to get his players up to standard as they welcome reigning Premier League champions Manchester City to Kenilworth Road on Sunday.

He spoke to the press on Friday afternoon, and began by reiterating his thoughts after a valiant showing under the Bedfordshire lights as his side lost to Declan Rice's header timed at 96:23.

After a defeat at the death, it's easy for a team to drop. However, Luton's reso

Luton must be "respectful" towards Brentford amidst Arsenal and City fixtures looming

In his pre-Brentford press conference, Rob Edwards made it clear that Brentford and Thomas Frank were foes to be respected while the fixture list looks ahead to top of the table regulars.

Edwards reported on the morale of his group, their availability, and looked ahead to the Bees. First though, the focus was on the reaction to that historic first Premier League home win against Crystal Palace and a subsequent Manager of the Month nomination.

Luton have enjoyed a bright spell of late. Perhaps

How the Euro 2024 play-offs work

The international break is an often disliked bugbear for many fans of the top European leagues. However, when the dead-rubbers are out of the way and we get to the business end of proceedings, the permutations are looked up and studied.

So, now that regular club football has returned once more - Football FanCast has recapped everything involving Euro 2024, which includes who’s through and who’s not, and following the recent draw made by UEFA, how the play-off competition works out for all invol

RC Lens ‘are going to cause us problems,’ insists Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta – FromTheSpot

The Gunners welcome Franck Haise’s RC Lens side to the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday, with the aims of progressing and avenging MD2’s defeat in France.

The importance of a positive result against RC Lens wasn’t lost on Mikel Arteta, as he spoke to the press on Tuesday afternoon at Arsenal’s London Colney training centre. Preparations were so extensive on the practice pitches that the boss was nearly an hour late.

He began proceedings with a look at his squad that could push the Gunners through

Mikel Arteta hails Brentford as 'one of the best run clubs in the league’ ahead of 200th game in charge – FromTheSpot

Mikel Arteta addressed the media at Arsenal’s London Colney training facility ahead of the Gunners‘ journey to West London. The Spaniard aims for another positive result, in what’ll be his 200th game in charge.

Arteta was calm in his approach to the press on Friday morning. He walked attendees through the key availability of his squad, and looked briefly at opposition Brentford in his 200th all-competitions outing at the Arsenal helm.

Starting off with the general housekeeping, Arteta was aske

Potential for points against Palace? Rob Edwards ahead of Eagles' landing at the Kenny

It was a switch of venue this Friday as we filed into the University of Bedfordshire post-graduate building. However, despite new surroundings, sentiments were widely still the same as ever as Rob Edwards approached the press.

Squad news was, of course, marred by several key absences. Nonetheless, ahead of Crystal Palace - Edwards provided an extensive update on his side after a mixed international break.

“I’ve been on my laptop, trying to find a way to win a game of football. It’s been good,

"Best version" of United expected for Rob Edwards late-scoring Hatters

Rob Edwards spoke to the press this afternoon - and with myself in attendance once again at the Brache, my take on his full thoughts can be found here with Vavel. However, in this brief rundown let’s look at Edwards’ take on the squad’s status before the journey to Manchester, his take on the opposition, and an important knack at finding goals late in this season’s games.

Injuries have been as interesting an opponent as any Premier League side this term. However, with a number of key updates -

Rob Edwards expecting the "best version" of Manchester United

Ahead of Saturday's trip to Old Trafford, Rob Edwards saw through Manchester United's fluctuating form and acknowledged that with their quality at hand - there may be no right time for his Luton Town side to play Erik ten Hag's men.

That said, he did empathise with the under pressure Dutchman - and engaged important topics at Friday's press conference at the Brache.

After last Sunday's shock point against Liverpool, it was only right Edwards spoke about his side's attitude after a game they we

Liverpool clash not a 'free hit' claims Edwards as he urges fans to 'savour and enjoy' Sunday's competitive spectacle

In Friday afternoon’s press conference, Rob Edwards looked ahead to Liverpool’s visit of Kenilworth Road with a quiet sternness as he reassured the press that Jurgen Klopp weren’t going to get a ‘free hit’ against the Hatters.

Similarly to last week, a more in-depth look at proceedings at the Brache can be found in my Vavel piece here - yet this article will look over what I asked the gaffer in amongst some general thoughts before Salah and co. come to LU4.

“There’s not anyone coming back unfo

Liverpool game not a 'free hit' claims defiant Edwards

Despite coming off the back of a 3-1 beating from a confident Aston Villa, Luton's Rob Edwards brought forth a presence of determination in the face of Sunday's Liverpool-shaped challenge at Kenilworth Road.

Edwards briefly addressed the stars of Jurgen Klopp's side, the German manager himself, and much more.

Yet before that - it's best to begin this press conference recap with squad news ahead of the fourht-placed task at hand.

At Luton's Brache training ground, the topic of injuries linger

"We're here now, there's no being fearful": Rob Edwards pre-Villa

On Friday afternoon, I attended Rob Edwards’ press conference at the Brache. The Hatters boss was his ever-positive self, despite Aston Villa’s brilliant rebirth under Unai Emery that sees them fifth in the Premier League.

A more in depth read is available here with Vavel, yet in this piece I just wanted to recap the questions I got across to the gaffer and his considered responses (as per).

Hi Rob, I wanted to talk about Gabe Osho. I was reading that his injury has been quite a difficult spel
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