June 15, 2024

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 21: Rob Edwards the head coach / manager of Luton Town during the Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Luton Town at Anfield on February 21, 2024 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images)

Manager of Luton Edwards says the defeat to West Ham affected him emotionally

Head coach of Luton Rob Edwards acknowledges he was moved to tears by their 3-1 loss to West Ham.

Luton is in danger of going down as a result of the outcome.

Edwards declared, “Being an emotional person, I started crying when I saw our supporters’ reactions. The passion and love they have shown us, which is mutual and unmatched in modern football. I’m upset, responsible, and didn’t want to disappoint anyone. I expressed my gratitude to the staff and players for the most amazing eighteen months of my life.

“As we moved, we altered our perceptions of ourselves and brought with us a particular spirit, the underdog element. The amount we have progressed in the world’s hardest league is what makes me proud.

“I’m not making excuses; we have some what-ifs. They will be on every losing team. Even when we haven’t done enough, we still need to grow and learn.

“I am constantly learning new things, and my knowledge base is still growing. I’ve enjoyed competing against the greatest, and I can’t wait to return here. The blaze is raging.”


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