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Darren Moore: Post-Wimbledon talking points

16 October 2021

Here are some of the talking points from Darren Moore's post-match press conference after Wimbledon came from behind to deny the Owls three points at Plough Lane.


As far as I’m concerned it’s two points we have thrown away. We’ve created chance after chance and we have to take them and put the game to bed. I said to the lads at half time we should be at least 2-0 up and then we’ve had the chances to make it 3-0 and didn’t take them. We’ve allowed them back in the game and it’s concentration that’s cost us and it’s something we need to improve and improve fast because it’s costing us goals and costing us points.



We came here for the win and we haven’t got it and we should have, so I am standing here very perplexed. We’ve thrown two points away. It’s something I must reiterate. There are a lot of things I can say about this game but the biggest thing is we have dropped two points.



Joe was always going to play today. Bailey has been away with Northern Ireland, he’s done a lot of travelling this week to Bulgaria and Switzerland, he only joined up with us on Friday so missed all the building to this game. We have another game on Tuesday and we will assess the goalkeeper situation then.



The negatives for me today are quite simple, we have lost two points and we should have won the game. The positives for me are the chances we created and the number of them. We started with a lot of energy, a lot of drive, and the chances kept on coming. I thought Lee Gregory was excellent today, he scored two goals and could have had a hat-trick. Their goalkeeper has made two outstanding saves. We came here to win the game and we haven’t won the game so I’m disappointed, really disappointed. But we have another game on Tuesday, we go again, and we will go to Cambridge looking to win the game.


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