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Wise: Not Good Enough

Wise: Not Good Enough

Swindon Town Manager Dennis Wise has stated that his teams performance simply is not good enough and they will have a hard week ahead of them.

'It's not good enough at the present moment. It's down to hard graft and I can tell you that they wont be having any days off this week. We will be doing double sessions until they get it right.

'We can't not score when we have had so many opportunities to score. We are not scoring enough goals and it hurts.

'It was good to see Monky score but I need more goals from him - and the rest of them. We need to kill games off so we can relax. They had ten men but you could see it coming. At the moment every game we are playing is a tough one and we seem to be living on the edge. We need to work on it and they will be doing that this week - they will be working hard don't worry about that.

'Their goal was a simple one. No one went across to help Jamie out and the lad had the ball for too long. I'm fed up with the lads going to sleep in certain situations. It is basic stuff and we will be doing more hard work - it will drive them potty - but they will have to learn to concentrate until the whistle has gone.

'We have lost six points over the last few games. We need to dig out our own results and not worry about others.

'I made a few changes. Fola had played two games on the trot so we brought Christian back in - but he needs to work harder for himself and for the team.'


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday September 30 2006
Time: 10:58PM

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