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Pearson Still Focused On Consistency

Nigel Pearson has said Leicester's agenda is still to develop a rich vein of consistent form.

Speaking to lcfc.com as we near the day that a big fat man breaks into your home via your chimney, Pearson said he was still looking for a run of back to back wins to really propel us up the league, and 3 points against Doncaster would again be another start to build on.

'They are a team that can be very difficult to beat but we've got to make sure our own house is in order first. Ultimately we're trying to improve our own consistency of performance.'

Pearson adds that 'consistency' also means that we've got to learn to make life difficult for opponents and take points away from games even when we aren't at our best.

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Date:Friday December 16 2011

Time: 6:57PM

 

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