Date: 7th November 2005 at 2:56pm
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Stuart Pearce is champing at the bit to put the weekends loss at Fulham to bed and get back to winning ways. Man City lost 2-1 at Craven Cottage putting an end to our recent great form. Pearce is disappointed the team will now have to wait two weeks for a game because of International action but is confident the weekends result was just a blip.

He told the official site: ?I?d rather have a game tomorrow and that?s the feeling within the dressing room. I?ve got enough confidence in our squad to say if we play at 100 per-cent week in, week out, there?s probably give or take a little bit of luck here and there, in my opinion not too many teams who can turn us over.’

Adding that we need consistency: ‘We?ve just got to do it day in day out. We can?t do things by half measures though, I say that when we win games and I?m saying now after we?ve lost one. I can?t do that and certainly the players can?t.’

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