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Pochettino Disappointed For Players

Pochettino Disappointed For Players

Mauricio Pochettino has said he was sad for the players following the Wigan game.

Speaking to saintsfc the manager said he felt sympathy for the players after the efforts they put in.

'There are two different feelings. First because we played well, and secondly, because we could and should have won the game, so we are disappointed with the rest but I am happy with the performance. Today I am sad for the players who have played very well and made a great effort, but unfortunately we haven't come away with the result.'

Poch also added.

'I am also very pleased with the supporters who have given us great support here today.'

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Writer:Vital Saint
Date:Saturday February 2 2013
Time: 7:41PM

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What point is there being sad. Be mad and do something to stop this consistent giving away of points when we have them won.
VSrednwhite
03/02/2013 00:36:00
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Think that this is the one area where Poch will have to work hardest with the team. No other team has lost as many points as us from a winning position.
sfc4ghg
03/02/2013 10:29:00
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