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Post Match Reaction From Martin O'Neill

Post Match Reaction From Martin O'Neill


(sorry for delay folks, Fieldy had a migraine and I was at the game)

Martin O'Neill spoke after the game telling The Official Site that it was the 'elusive' second goal that stopped Villa from winning against Sunderland last night.

It was such a shame as Manchester City dropped points last night and we could have really pushed on:

'We were disappointed in the dressing room but the Manchester City result keeps us still there and it's going to be really tight.'

Adding, 'We pressed and pressed and tried to get the goal. If we had done so we would have deserved to have done. I am naturally disappointed.'

He also admits the amount of draws are starting to really cost.

'Tonight obviously I feel were points dropped.'

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday March 25 2010
Time: 11:48AM

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I dont think he was the only one who had a migraine after the game .
Doug4ever
25/03/2010 19:50:00
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I dont think he was the only one who had a migraine after the game .
Doug4ever
25/03/2010 19:50:00
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I didn't think we played badly, in fact for the first twenty-five to thirty minutes, I thought we played arguably as well as we have done all season. We visibly tired as the second half progressed, and that has to be a serious cause for concern, because despite the heavy run of games clearly taking it out of the players, Mart still doesn't seem inclined to want to freshen things up every now and again. At least after the Chelsea game the lads have a week without a mid-week match, so that will obviously be a huge plus, but you cant help believing that we're only a couple of serious injuries away from having the season blow up in our face.
glensider
26/03/2010 08:58:00
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I didn't think we played badly, in fact for the first twenty-five to thirty minutes, I thought we played arguably as well as we have done all season. We visibly tired as the second half progressed, and that has to be a serious cause for concern, because despite the heavy run of games clearly taking it out of the players, Mart still doesn't seem inclined to want to freshen things up every now and again. At least after the Chelsea game the lads have a week without a mid-week match, so that will obviously be a huge plus, but you cant help believing that we're only a couple of serious injuries away from having the season blow up in our face.
glensider
26/03/2010 08:58:00
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