Sousa Admits We Looked Tired In Goalless Draw
The Swans had a lot of possession but they found it difficult to break down a pretty solid Wednesday side.
Sousa thought his side looked tired, and he had the likes of Kuqi, Dyer and Van Der Gun on the bench.
'It was a difficult game, as I predicted beforehand,''
'They were very well organized.
'After all the travelling we've done recently and the difficult challenge we had at Watford on Tuesday, we looked tired physically and mentally to make good decisions.
'We tried to push them hard at the end and had opportunities to win the game, but we didn't have the luck we deserved.
'I made changes in the second half and we looked more aggressive with and without the ball. I thought we controlled it.
'But we were unable to play the way we would like to. The players are tired both physically and mentally and we haven't had time to prepare for different opponents.
'We try to win every game, but our fans must be educated to know that they need to help the players and not pass their anxiety on to the field as we need them to believe and support.'
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