Friday, December 25, 2009

Lineen demands European success

Glasgow head coach Sean Lineen had demanded his side translate their domestic form onto the European stage ahead of their clash with Gloucester on Saturday.
Whereas the Warriors top the Magners League ahead of Edinburgh, their Heineken Cup ambitions are all but over following back-to-back defeats from their opening two games.

But with Scotland captain Chris Cusiter returning to the side along with wing Peter Murchie and lock Dan Turner, Lineen wants his young side to impress in front of a home crowd at Firhill.

"It's a tale of two tables," he said. "In the Magners League we're at the top but in the Heineken Cup we're at the bottom.

"We need to play like a team that's at the top of the Magners League to do our current position justice.

"We're still disappointed with what happened with the Biarritz game so we need to make sure we're back on form at Firhill to show the supporters what we've got as a professional sports team.

"Last weekend, I was particularly impressed with the way in which the players performed in such a hostile environment, especially our younger forwards like Jon Welsh, Richie Gray and Richie Vernon."

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