Registered On: December 23, 2013
Few points from post-match with
boss Neil Cox.
On Eisa not featuring: “it’s one of those games I’m not sure he was gonna get much of the ball. He needs to go out wide & run at people. We was one nil up & had to stick by it at home & not sure it would suit him.”
On McAtee (who had to self-isolate): “he’s missed 3 weeks of training. I can’t afford to play somebody & bring them off after 35 minutes with a hamstring. Macca’s been doing extra. Again, people keep telling me he’ll be leaving but we haven’t heard anything.”
On Dünnwald-Turan’s absence: “Kenan felt his groin, little bit tightened up on Thursday. Could’ve played but we’ve got long season ahead of us and a big enough squad that I didn’t have to play him. Hopefully should be back in training by Wednesday or Thursday”
On Colclough: “Ryan’s had a bit of a thigh problem & playing in a 3-5-2 (previously) didn’t suit him. If we do change it to a 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 he’ll be back in there. At the moment I’ve probably got more wingers than anyone in the country and it’s hard.”
so make of that what you like about playing attacking football, I think Russ has given him advice how to play in this division, why since Alexander suddenly switched formations 3 months before he was sacked have we had managers who want to grind out results, if this style of football stays it will be my last season, I don’t like losing but don’t like having nervious breakdown in the last half hour either, especially when we have players to worry opponents.