Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn says that he is 'very concerned' about the first goal that his side conceded against Blackburn Rovers.
Marco Silvestri and Liam Cooper got in an almighty mix-up to allow Jordan Rhodes to poke into an empty net and. After seeing a similar mistake against Cardiff City recently, it has worried the manager.
“I was very concerned about the mix-up for the first goal. It happened at Cardiff," he said to the Yorkshire Evening Post.
“It should have been managing the game for Blackburn and making it difficult for them. It’s part of the learning process for us.”
Gray feels Wednesday unlucky
Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray is convinced that his side's luck will change soon after a 0-0 draw with Huddersfield Town.
The Owls were unfortunate not to pick up the victory, after creating by far the better chances, and Gray thinks that if they keep playing to that standards they will be able to put a stop to their goalscoring struggles.
“I have to pay compliment to the guys because they never stopped, our luck has to turn eventually," he said to the club's official site.
“We need to keep plugging away, keep putting a shift in and I’m sure our luck will change.”
Rotherham United boss Steve Evans slammed his side after they lost 1-0 to Birmingham City yesterday.
The boisterous manager felt that it was the worst performance his side had put in for a long time and says that he will struggle to watch the replay of the match.
“I think it was as poor a performance as I’ve seen from us for a while,” Evans told the club's official site. “If I watched the DVD, I wouldn’t be watching it long as it’s two poor teams and it was just a scrap."
Nigel Clough says that he was happy to take a point out of Sheffield United's game with Oldham Athletic.
The Blades drew 1-1 with Lee Johnson's side, with Jamal Campbell Rice's leveller helping them to a point, and Clough felt it was a good result given the way the match panned out.
"I thought Oldham were better than us for large portions of the game so in that context it's a very good point for us," he said to Sky Sports.