Hughes slams naive Rovers

06 December 2006 08:56
Blackburn Rovers boss Mark Hughes has demanded more consistency from his side after watching them lose 1-0 at relegation-threatened Charlton Athletic. Hughes had been hoping to build on Saturday's morale-boosting 2-0 victory against Fulham, but felt let down by his side. "We're disappointed at losing the game but I don't really think either side deserved to win," he said. "We were naive at the end to lose a goal at such a late stage. We should have been capable of seeing the game out. "I wasn't happy with our first-half display, there was too much sloppy passing and it wasn't good enough. "We have to be far more consistent, especially away from home and we obviously need to start winning more games." Rovers have taken only five points from their seven Premiership games to date.

Source: ESA