Coleman critical of Stanley showing

04 October 2009 12:11
Stanley were on course to escape with a point when Jamie Lowry's 89th-minute penalty was saved following goalkeeper Ian Dunbavin's foul on Wade Small, but the Chesterfield winger grabbed the winner two minutes into added time.

Coleman fumed: "I don't think we deserved anything out of the game. Once we got to the 92nd minute we shouldn't concede and the way we conceded was a joke.

"The players have been told in no uncertain terms that the fans were cheated. I don't think we put enough effort in and I don't think we tried to think about the game.

"We tried to play it off the cuff and I think that we were selfish. We had the thump of them missing the penalty, but then we invite them back into our box.

"We let them have the ball cheaply, it goes into the box and the lad is totally unmarked. It didn't look like the last minute of an important league game, it looked to me like the 10th minute of a Sunday league friendly game."

Source: Team_Talk

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