Brighton manager talks up Bolton Wanderers
7:30am Saturday 21st September 2013 in Sport
BRIGHTON manager Oscar Garcia is paying little attention to the Championship table as he prepares to welcome Wanderers to the Amex Stadium.
The Seagulls needed a late leveller against another struggling side Millwall in their last home outing and Garcia is taking nothing for granted this afternoon. He said: “I don’t want to see the league table – I want to see games.
“They (Bolton) have played really well in some games.
“They have players of high quality and a high technical level. It will be a tough game.
“We had a smilar experience in the last game here against Millwall.”
Another man wary of Wanderers is Bruno Saltor who scored in the corresponding fixture last season when it was the Whites who grabbed a last-gasp equaliser. The Spanish defender added: “I’ve already said we can’t drop more points and it’s that type of game. Against Bolton last season, it was a pity because we had so many chances.
“If we win, the two points we got at Reading and QPR look so good.”