“I showed the lads the numbers,” he said, “I gave an emotional talk to them about this club, what it means to me and where we are, and what I want to see from them. But I have to stop talking at some point and they have to start doing.”
Twenty-two clear-cut chances – and when I say clear-cut, I mean you would say ‘got to score’ – compared to 16. The other issue is [opponents] have had 16 and scored six, we’ve had 22 and scored one.
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