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Adkins - Dust Ourselves Off And Go Again

Adkins - Dust Ourselves Off And Go Again

Nigel Adkins has said the team will pick themselves up from the Reading defeat and move on to our remaining games.

Speaking to saintsfc after Friday's disappointment, the gaffer admitted we weren't clinical enough on the night and we paid for defensive errors.

'We had plenty of possession and plenty of opportunities, but we haven't scored enough goals and they have scored three from situations that we could've defended better.'

The biggest disappointment for Adkins is our losing top spot as he knows it will be difficult to gain that back.

'They are three points ahead of us, but we have three games to go. We will take one at a time and work very hard.'

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Writer:Vital Saint
Date:Saturday April 14 2012
Time: 9:40PM

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