Date: 7th March 2010 at 3:35pm
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Once again, a post-match interview is conducted with Gary Ablett having to bemoan his side’s poor start to the match and eventual defeat in an away game.

Errors in the first nine minutes from Paul Huntington and then the usually reliable Danny Swailes leaving Akpo Sodje unmarked to head home left Ablett’s synopsis that ‘teams don’t score good goals against us at the minute’ and that the Hatters ‘are the masters of their own downfall.’

“I thought we were culpable for both goals. We turned our backs on the throw-in which lead to the cross for the first and then our player heads it into his own net.”

“The second was a good header but Akpo Sodje was unmarked. Teams don’t score good goals against us at the moment and we can’t afford to keep doing this.”

You have to agree, but common sense tells us that the reason we’re bottom of the league is that we just haven’t been able to cut out the silly mistakes week in week out. No matter how many times Ablett tries to prevent it, the defence just seems a law unto itself.

Anyway, we play host to Gillingham this Saturday in a run of three very winnable home games, and with this Melrose take-over being completed on Thursday, there will be a slight new air of optimism around the place and hopefully we can get the nine points and get ourself right back in the mix.

And then go and throw it away in the next away game of course…Unless our Scouse manager can sort out the defensive lapses.


One Reply to “Ablett Rues ‘Costly Errors’”

  • No chance whatsoever of winning our next three games. Lovely to see the league table if we did do that mind!

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