Date: 28th September 2014 at 5:37pm
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Manager Ian Holloway was not a happy man following our flat performance against Huddersfield Town.

A two one defeat wasn’t the only frustration for the manager as he spoke to the official site, as it sounded like our effort levels and the performance itself drew more of his ire.

‘That’s as poor as I’ve seen us. Our performance was flat but the whole game was. Their first is after a long ball forward which we should have dealt with but then we go and score what was probably our best goal of the season. I’m pleased for Ed, and I was waiting for his goal to ignite us. But then we go and concede again. I’m fuming to be honest, I couldn’t wait to say what I said at half time but we were worse after that.’

Holloway goes on to say that nobody can ‘legislate’ for just how bad our passing actually was on the day and for him the overall showing from the team was ‘unrecognisable’ from how people now expect us to play and that’s his major disappointment.

For the manager it’s now about the group showing a reaction to that when we face Birmingham next, and he restates that that one point from a possible twelve just isn’t good enough and he’s ‘not happy about it’ and the players themselves more than understand his thoughts.

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