Bramble Doesn`t Like Conceding
Wigan Athletic defender Titus Bramble says that he is disappointed at the goals that the Latics have been conceding this preseason especially the ones at Norwich last Saturday
Although he understands that the main aim of the games at this time of year is all about fitness levels, the big defender is obviously a winner and losing gets him down, even in the friendlies.
Bramble says that winning puts a smile on your face and that the Latics should be winning against sides like Norwich, speaking to the press Bramble said: 'People tend to say it's not about results at this time of the year but you always want to win. Winning games puts a smile on your face.
'Of course it's about getting games under your belt but we really need to be beating teams like Norwich to get some confidence going into the season.
'We were disappointed with the goals we conceded at Norwich because we have been working on things in training.
'We have to get them right but I we are not that far off. Positives did come from Saturday's game, particularly the goals we scored.'
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