Clark expects more from Terriers

17 January 2010 10:51
The Terriers had suffered call-offs at Carlisle and Southampton in the big freeze and had been training indoors due to the bad conditions.[LNB]Clark admitted his side were off the pace, but said: "I can't use the weather as an excuse. Southend have gone even longer without a game yet they looked brighter than us.[LNB]"In the first half we were average at best for about 10 minutes and poor for the rest of it. There was no spark and, while we improved a bit after the break, I'm disappointed with the standard of that performance.[LNB]"But there have been times when we've played really well and got nothing. I think I'd rather have the points than the plaudits."[LNB]Jordan Rhodes scored twice for Huddersfield while Scott Spencer netted a late consolation for the Shrimpers, and Clark added: "I was particularly disappointed with their goal. It was sloppy from our point of view. We need to keep more clean sheets."[LNB][LNB]

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