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O'Driscoll's Match Reaction

O'Driscoll's Match Reaction

Speaking after his promotion chasing side picked up one point against Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield Town, Sean O'Driscoll stated that he beleived his side played below par and looked tired throughout the game.

'It was a poor performance. It looked like it was a game too far for alot of the team.'

'It looked as if we were still carrying a lot of the baggage from a terrific performance at Leeds but a disappointing result.'


Sean did however comment on the character shown by his side.

'We shown a lot of character in the game and that was important in us picking up a point. We really have to improve for the remainder of the season starting on Friday.'

O'Driscoll made two first half substitutions bringing on both Mark McCammon and Gareth Taylor.

'We were playing poor and we needed to be better. I thought two fresh players would give us a much needed boost.'

Writer:Chris-VitalDoncaster
Date:Sunday April 6 2008
Time: 12:20PM

Comments

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How is wellens doing it this part of the season? he was a different player in the last 6 games for us...poor!
big_mamma_blue
06/04/2008 13:06:00
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town out classed you sorry u won't be going up automatically
Town Fan 82
06/04/2008 19:03:00
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Wellens in my eyes has been carrying an injury for quite a while and doesn't look fully fit.
dazza71
07/04/2008 19:28:00
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Still think you will go up if it's not through automatic!
will it ever happen
24/04/2008 09:49:00
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