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10/01/2019 - 21:52 BST

Sunderland Not Switching Luton Approach Despite Managerial Change – Jack Ross

 




Sunderland boss Jack Ross insists that a change in management at Luton Town will not change his side's preparations for Saturday's League One game against the Hatters.

A change in management at Kenilworth Road has seen Nathan Jones leave his post as the boss of the side to take up the position at Stoke City.




Mick Harford, Luton's chief recruitment officer, now has the task to manage the team on an interim basis and also continue with the work that Jones had been doing.

Sunderland boss Ross does not believe Hartford will tinker with Jones' style, but insists nevertheless the Black Cats' approach and preparation will not change.

 


"Nathan leaving doesn’t change a huge amount because they have a style of play that has brought success and I don’t envisage any changes to that", Ross was quoted as saying by the Chronicle.

“Our preparation hasn’t changed. If a new manager had come in then I would have expected changes.

 


“We understand the importance of the game. As a club we look forward to it.”

Sunderland can move above Luton and into the automatic promotion places in League One if they can collect all three points when they welcome the Hatters to the Stadium of Light on Saturday.