We Switched Off For Two Vital Moments - Macca
Feature by Kevin Markey
Updated Sunday, 31st August 2008
Gary McAllister says he was far from happy with the draw against Bristol Rovers, with the Whites now having collected just 19 points from a possible 42 at home in 2008.The last home clean sheet in the league was back on March 29, and the Whites boss was left to reflect on two 'sloppy' defensive errors which denied the side maximum points against Rovers.
He said: "I thought we threw everything at it for the whole game. I would like to see the possession percentages - I thought we dominated the game from minute one right through to the 94th minute.
"But we switched off for two vital moments and that's something that's becoming a wee bit of a habit.
"Dave Lucas hasn't had to touch the ball apart from lifting it out of the net. And against Oldham, Casper's (Ankergren) only two contacts with the ball were picking it out of the net.
"To be dominating and having so much possession and be only sitting here with a point, we're not happy.
"We need just a wee bit more quality in the final third, which we're continually working at."