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Harsh words have been said, admits Danny

"We cleared the air and everyone has been buzzing around the training ground since"

22 February 2019

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Danny Graham reckons clear the air talks this week have brought extra focus to himself and his team-mates ahead of Saturday's game against Birmingham City.

Rovers have endured a disappointing February following an outstanding start to 2019, and Graham is aiming to end the month on a high with victory at St Andrew's.
Graham, who played alongside Brum boss Garry Monk at Swansea, admits that the Rovers squad have come together this week in a bid to solve the issues surrounding recent form.
“The last four games have been tough for us," he said to iFollow Rovers in honest fashion.
"It’s not gone to plan, but we need to stick together and all pull in the same direction.
“The most frustrating thing about the run is that we’ve been in the games and ended up shooting ourselves in the foot.
“Nobody is moping around though, everyone is looking for the right answers.
“We had a meeting on Monday with everyone, which went on for around two-and-a-half hours. Everyone got their points across and there has been a reaction in training.
“There were harsh words said, and we all need to take deserved criticism. We cleared the air and everyone has been buzzing around the training ground since," the 33-year-old frontman added.
“The meetings are good as it gives everyone a voice, everyone can pitch in. It’s been productive and everyone is looking forward to Saturday’s game now."

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