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Magilton: I Expected More From Us

Magilton: I Expected More From Us

Ipswich Town manager Jim Magilton said he expected more from his side after losing 3-0 at Swansea City.

It was another excellent, dominant and comfortable win for the Swans in front of 14,000 at the Liberty Stadium.

Jason Scotland bagged a brace before Gomez rounded off the win with a superb free-kick from 25 yards.

Magilton's side arrived in South Wales on the back on an impressive away record, winning their last 3 on their travels. That run came to an end today though and the Tractor Boys boss showed his disappointment:

'I expected more from us, playing the game on the back of three away wins.

'We were prepared right and we played some decent football at times but we lacked belief again in the last third of the pitch and I don't know why.

'We have played on the front foot away from home this season but today we lacked quality when it counted and we didn't test their 'keeper enough which was very frustrating.

They are in good form and had a real belief going forward and we didn't have that and that's very disappointing and hard to take.

'We've got to react now and bounce back next week. We have two home games coming up against Blackpool and Forest and we need to really pick up six points. We need to stand up and be counted.'


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Date:Saturday February 7 2009
Time: 6:31PM

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