Coleman counts cost of profligacy

16 December 2009 10:51
A goal early in each half from Hogan Ephraim and Neil Kilkenny proved enough to overcome Stanley and leave Leeds two matches from Wembley - with Carlisle their only obstacle.[LNB]And Coleman refused to brand his team unlucky despite seeing two second-half shots strike the woodwork.[LNB]He said: "You can't call yourself unlucky if you miss that many chances.[LNB]"At some point it is bad finishing. Leeds are a good side so to make so many chances against them, regardless of the team they put out, is an achievement.[LNB]"We have to be disappointed that we haven't scored. We've had a bit of luck during our recent good run so we can't complain. We kept going after they scored and we kept making chances."[LNB][LNB]

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