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Peschisolido backs new-boy Kee

Last Updated: 19/09/11 6:33pm

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Kee: Backed by manager

Kee: Backed by manager

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Burton boss Paul Peschisolido hopes Billy Kee can continue improving after the striker scored his first goal for the club.

Kee, 20, joined Albion from League Two rivals Torquay last month, and after three substitute appearances he marked his first start by opening the scoring in the 2-0 home win over Swindon on Saturday.

As a former striker himself, Peschisolido recognises the value of getting off the mark for a new club.

"We brought Billy here to get in those kind of areas where people are scared to get their face kicked in. Billy won't be frightened, he will put his face in where it hurts," said Peschisolido.

"As a striker, it is very important to get that first goal for your new club and he has done it on his full debut, so that's nice to see. Hopefully now he can carry it on."

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