August 20, 2022

Jones also revealed that, when he arrived at the club, he believed that some of the squad were too concerned about being good table tennis players, rather than good footballers.

“When I came in, I felt some of the players were more concerned about being good on the table tennis table than they were about being professional footballers,” he added.

“There was a big table tennis culture so I thought I can either cajole them and try to get them into the gym or I can burn the table tennis table.

“It was far easier to burn the table tennis table.”

Can Luton do the unthinkable?

The Hatters need just two points from their final two league matches to secure a Championship play-off spot, and could even secure a place even if they lose both games – should the chasing clubs drop points.

Jones’ men travel to already-promoted Fulham on Monday, before hosting Reading on the final day of the season.

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