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Rosler says 'everything didn't work out' against Bury

27 December 2016

Club News

Rosler says 'everything didn't work out' against Bury

27 December 2016

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Head Coach reacts after 0-0 draw with Shakers

Uwe Rosler said ‘everything didn’t work out’ as his side drew 0-0 with Bury on Boxing Day.

Town’s Head Coach saw his side frustrated by a spirited Shakers side as the sides were held to a stalemate at Highbury.

“I think we played against a very dangerous side and we are still nine games unbeaten," said Rosler.

“We got a clean sheet but, obviously everything didn’t work out like we hoped and wanted it to but I think we can’t be too disappointed or negative.

“We have to forget that and we have to take the right conclusions out of what I just said in terms of the preparation, Christmas Day and the game plan I had and I have to take self-criticism and I will.”

Despite the draw, Rosler was keen to point out that things are going well for Fleetwood at the moment.

“In general, we didn’t have our best day but you always look at the positives and there are a lot of positives around Fleetwood Town Football Club at the moment.

“In the second half, we looked livelier, more energetic and could have won it.

“We also, on some counter attacks, could have lost it so it is a good point for both teams.

“The last game we played at home was against Shrewsbury and the pitch was magnificent.

“Today the pitch didn’t help us, the wind didn’t help us but both teams had to play with the win and it is not an excuse.”

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