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What The Bosses Said - Latics 1-1 Liverpool


Following the Wigan Athletic 1-1 draw with Liverpool at the DW Stadium last night both bosses, Roberto Martinez and Roy Hodgson, spoke to the press, let`s take a look at what they had to say:

Latics boss Roberto Martinez:

'You look at the performance and you feel we dropped two points'

'Sometimes you need that luck and at the moment we are not getting any of that.

'But after a performance like tonight it's just a matter of time before things come together.'

'It would have been easy to fold or capitulate or let Liverpool control the game but we stopped that'

'We had to use extra energy and that reaction in the last 20 minutes of the first half and the whole second half I felt we were the better side.

'And to say that against a Liverpool side full of confidence is a huge compliment and the amount of chances we created is extremely pleasing and I'm very proud of the players.'


To watch the Martinez interview visit skysports.com


Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson:

'I thought we started well and finished well but for the long period in between we were pushed back by Wigan, who played very well.

'They looked better by some poor passing decisions on our part and we invited them onto us far too much.'


To watch the Hodgson interview visit skysports.com



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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 11 2010

Time: 1:55PM

Your Comments

Agree we have been unlucky recently, apart from Fulham when we were dreadful
worbo
yeah and the couple of papers i've seen today indicate that we were the better side.
Thorpyness
 

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