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What The Bosses Say - Liverpool 1-1 Latics


Following yesterdays Premier League game at Anfield that finished 1-1 between Liverpool and Wigan Athletic, both bosses spoke to the press about the game, lets see what they had to say:

Latics boss Roberto Martinez:

'You have to be proud of the performance, especially at a place like Anfield where it is very difficult to play football.

'For large periods we were the better side, and we coped with their late pressure well.

'I enjoyed watching the game and watching some magnificent performances throughout the team.

'It was disappointing to go 1-0 down given that Liverpool created very little, but we kept doing the right things and you always felt as though we could have the last say.

'Their goal came as a surprise after the strong start we made and it's credit to the performance we produced that we did not deserve to be behind at the break.

'The dressing room was disappointed at the break because we knew we were capable of producing more in the final third.

"In the second-half we had the understanding that if we stepped things up we could get the result.

'It's a real achievement to come back in the manner we did against a team like Liverpool who are in a good moment of form.

'That belief is developing and so are the levels of performance and we need to make sure we continue going into games with a clear idea of how to win. That will determine our final league position.'


To watch the Roberto Martinez interview on Sky visit skysports.com

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish:

"Wigan certainly deserved something from the game, they`d have been miffed, and rightly so, if they`d have left with nothing"

To watch the Kenny Dalglish interview on Sky visit skysports.com



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Date:Sunday February 13 2011

Time: 10:41AM

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