McCann support for new boss Laws

25 January 2010 08:45
The Clarets were dumped out of the FA Cup by Reading on Saturday as McCann played his first game in four months after a knee injury.[LNB]Laws is still waiting for a win since succeeding Owen Coyle, who moved to North-West rivals Bolton, and the pressure is mounting.[LNB]But McCann has backed his new boss and can imagine no better place for Burnley to record a first away victory in the Premier League than Tuesday's trip to Coyle's Bolton.[LNB]"Everyone has got to get behind the new gaffer and give him encouragement," said McCann in The Sun.[LNB]"It was a big blow losing Owen Coyle but Brian Laws is a top coach and we have to give him our all.[LNB]"Everyone wants to keep talking about our away record and there would be no better time to get it than against Bolton on Tuesday."[LNB][LNB]

Source: Team_Talk