Betteridge: We're still going to be ready to go
Panthers Radio caught up with Ollie Betteridge to discuss how preparation for Saturday's game against Edinburgh hasn't been affected by Jaca or the royal visit. Training hasn't been business as usual this week with the GMB Panthers making their way back from the Continental Cup. Prince Harry's visit also forced a rearrange in schedule for the team, but Ollie doesn't think it's going to affect the team at all. "I think we'll be fine and ready to go come Saturday... I don't think it's hampered anything." One thing he insisted wouldn't be a problem was complacency after a 28:4 winning margin over the course of the 2nd Round of the Continental Cup could have the GMB Panthers overconfident. "We're not going to be complacent, we're just going to be flying on Saturday and ready to go." After the tape was off, Ollie said he was mainly excited to be getting to play in front of the PanthersNation again. To listen to the interview in full, click on the link on the right of your screen, or click on the link: http://www.panthers.co.uk/sites/default/files/Ollie%20Ready%20for%20Edinburgh.mp3 To watch the Panthers take on the Edinburgh Capitals Saturday, or Team GB take on Norway on Tuesday 1st, get your tickets because there are still good seats available. Call 0843 373 3000 to book, visit the box office daily from nine 'til nine or book on line by clicking the link: www.motorpointarenanottingham.com/online/Panthers Avoid the game day queues...book in advance.