One point from the last six available isn’t the kind of return that the Hatters support were looking for.
Our recent form has seen the Hatters slip to eighteenth in the table with eleven points from eleven games, just three points off the relegation places.
Yesterday as the Hatters took on Derby County, it was a case, yet again, of individual errors costing the side dearly.
This time the Hatters slipped to defeat courtesy of two errors from our club-record signing, Simon Sluga.
The first, where he let a back pass from Matty Pearson under his boot and into the net was comical if it didn’t have a tragic outcome.
The second, where he was beaten by a shot from Tom Lawrence, put to bed any hopes the Hatters might get a point out of this fixture.
After the game, and as reported by The BBC, Graeme Jones had this to say about Luton’s latest disappointing result:
“The game was a 1-1 or 0-0 game. There’s very little difference in shots on or off target.
“We were beaten because of two goalkeeping errors which are basics of the game.
“I’ve given him my opinion at the end of the game because we’ve got 13 other boys who give their heart and soul, were mentally and physically really consistent having played three games in seven days.”
Has the time come to drop, even though he is our record signing, Simon Sluga and give James Shea another opportunity?
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