Date: 22nd September 2014 at 12:38pm
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Assistant manager Tommy Wright has said that everybody was left very frustrated at full time in the game against Notts County last weekend because everyone felt in the dressing room after the game that we had done enough to get all three points.

With the best opportunity by far falling to Conor Wilkinson in the dying moments of the game, the assistant gaffer had to admit when speaking to the Official Site that we are suffering at the moment from a lack of sharpness in front of the net.

‘There were a lot of pleasing things and ~I thought we dominated the first half but the most vital component of football is putting the ball in the back of the net. We are on the right tracks and we did well against a strong Notts County side. The back four looked very solid limiting them to little chances but we are frustrated at the moment. We are lacking that extra bit of brilliance around the box at the moment but I thought Conor Wilkinson had a great debut.’

Wright goes on to say that he was linking up well with other players, he was an outlet and of course he had two good chances from that he was disappointed to not take himself, so if like the rest of the team he can add that little bit extra quality, or composure or killer instinct – call it what you will – everyone should start benefiting from that.

With after match discussions also centring on the referee for booking two players for ‘simulation’ instead of giving penalties, Wright concurred with the judgement of the man in the middle saying that he didn’t believe at the time that either were penalties, but he wasn’t quite sure bookings were in order.

‘Apparently Conor stood on the ball and fell over and I thought County’s was worse because it was a block tackle and he booked the player. It’s frustrating because those bookings add up and for teams with small squad’s it can make a big difference.’

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