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  12 Oct 2013
Wall earns praise for his impact
Town striker Alex Wall has been praised for his impact in recent games by Hatters first team coach Hakan Hayrettin.

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  12 Oct 2013
Henry wants fans to help Town remain unbeaten at home
Hatters skipper Ronnie Henry has targeted an unbeatean campaign at Kenilworth Road, as long as the home fans remain fully behind the side.

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  11 Oct 2013
Preview: Luton Town v Hyde
To put it simply, the start to the 2013-14 season has been an absolute nightmare for Hyde.

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  11 Oct 2013
Town duo aren't taking Hyde for granted
Hatters duo Andy Parry and Shaun Whalley aren't taking anything for granted ahead of Saturday's home Skrill Premier clash with rock bottom Hyde.

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  11 Oct 2013
'Together' Town can be as strong as an Oak with supporters behind the players
'Together' Luton can achieve anything this season according to boss John Still.

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  11 Oct 2013
Tamplin success story for Luton Town and Cedars Upper School Elite Football Development Programme
The Luton Town and Cedars Upper School Elite Football Development Programme has provided the club with its first graduate into the...

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  11 Oct 2013
It's 11 v 11 - Still
Bottom of the league and without a win, 10 straight defeats and without a goal in six games everyone is expected the Hatters to beat Hyde at Kenilworth Road on Saturday.

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  11 Oct 2013
Hatters boss always felt Aldershot clash would be toughest game
Hatters boss John Still conceded he had always believed Tuesday night's clash against Aldershot Town would be one of Luton's most difficult challenges of the campaign.

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  11 Oct 2013
Still: Whalley is latest Luton star to come good
Livewire winger Shaun Whalley is getting back to something near his best according to Town chief John Still.

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  11 Oct 2013
Remembering a Legend: Joe Payne
Joe Payne had a remarkable career at Luton Town that included ten goals in one game and a record 55 goals in one season before being sold on to Chelsea in 1938.

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  11 Oct 2013
Preview: Luton v Hyde
After conceding six goals in two games John Still's side will face bottom of the table Hyde on Saturday looking for a defensive rebirth.

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  10 Oct 2013
AUDIO: Luton Town America Podcast episode #49
Gavin, Stuart and Nick discuss the last two games in which we have scored seven goals, but conceded six, plus much more.

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  10 Oct 2013
Hatters boss Still wary of any complacency versus rock-bottom Hyde
Cautious Town chief John Still is determined that his side won't show any complacency when they entertain rock-bottom Hyde at Kenilworth Road on Saturday.

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  10 Oct 2013
Excitement may have caught up with emotionally drained Luton admits Still
Saturday's topsy-turvy victory over FC Halifax Town may have caught up with emotionally drained Luton in the 3-3 midweek draw at Aldershot according to manager John Still.

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  10 Oct 2013
Lawless in line for recall
Town boss John Still is set to recall Alex Lawless to the squad to face Hyde on Saturday.

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  10 Oct 2013
Still has say on nationality debate sparked by Man Utd starlet Januzaj
John Still has had his say on the nationality debate currently raging in the British press.

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  10 Oct 2013
Hatters midfielder Lawless back in the reckoning for Hyde visit
Classy Hatters midfielder Alex Lawless is back in the reckoning for Saturday's visit of lowly Hyde.

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  10 Oct 2013
Parry not fussed by runaway leaders Cambridge
Hatters midfielder Andy Parry isn't paying any attention to the form of runaway Skrill Premier leaders Cambridge United.

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  10 Oct 2013
Football was the business for Luton Town legends Shanks & Turner
Hundreds of youngsters bought their first football, pair of boots or cricket bat from a sports goods shop just a stone's throw from Luton Town FC's ground.

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  10 Oct 2013
Still backing for Town's defence
Town boss John Still won't be rushed into making changes despite slamming his side's defending at Aldershot Town on Tuesday night.

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