Registered On: December 29, 2013
You also have to remember if you spend most of the game at the other end of the pitch instead of crammed inside your own penalty area there is less chance you will concede.
Regarding the goal it was good work and passing between Vincent and Jarvis which set up McAtee for the goal, and it was good to see Rory Watson keep a clean sheet for the time he was on the pitch.
You are coming round to my way of thinking Mick. Clearly if you spend most of the time in the attacking 3rd there is less chance of conceding.
Aren’t most goals achieved by good passages of play, however, McAtee took it well when many strikers (we know who they are) would have skied it over the stand. In addition if that goal was against us you would have blamed Watson or Kelsey for one of their weaknesses.
Please re-read Cox quote re clean sheets!