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"We don't like Telford" - Aaron Nell riled up for Saturday's clash
Swindon Wildcats head coach Aaron Nell has not hid his feelings for Saturday's opponents Telford Tigers, stating his side need to get the balls about their game back.
League leaders Telford Tigers have already faced the Swindon Wildcats this season, winning the two matches at home while the Wildcats won the first contest at the Link Centre 2-1.
Ahead of tomorrow (Saturday's) match, Aaron Nell made no bones about his feelings for the visitors.
"We don't like Telford and, I think (on November 27, where Swindon lost 6-0 to the Tigers) we took a step back from not liking Telford because some people felt sorry for them. We do not like Telford.
"We haven't liked Telford for the last few years, we are the only team that has been succesful against Telford, because we don't like them.
"We need to get that determination and balls about our game back.
"Having balls isn't about hitting people or fighting.
"Certain areas of the ice, like Jordan Kelsall (did last Saturday), 17 years old, scores a goal from 15 centimetres and that's because he goes to the net and he's got balls and that's what every player needs. If you don't have it, we're going to be very poor this season.
"There will be changes, that's the reality so we need to really get our act together and move forward and we need to be better."