Repka Frustrated

Tomas Repka says he will be an unwilling spectator at Portman Road on Sunday.
Tomas serves his second suspension of the season for another sending off - both of which were judged to be harsh by Glenn Roeder.
Mindful of the risk of acquiring a 'reputation' Tomas says simply:
"I am very unhappy and frustrated but it has happened - and I don't want to be reminded about it any more or talk about it."
He is equally circumspect about the recent away defeats at Everton, and Blackburn, the latter of which saw him sent off, an action that ended what looked at the time to be a promising Hammers fight back.
"That is football, we can't do anything about it - we lost two away and won two at home."
Indeed, he is more willing to talk about the good things in life - like the Chelsea game.
"I am very happy with the three points which lift us from the bottom of the league.
"It was difficult but we have had more difficult games before and there will be more difficult games than that to come," he says.
On the domestic front, he is starting to settle in, and he says:
"I am very happy and it will be even better when my family come here."