Clark expects Terriers reaction

03 March 2010 04:50
Huddersfield Town manager Lee Clark has challenged his side to bounce back from their 5-0 hammering by Southampton.Tuesday night's defeat at St Mary's ended Town's 11 match unbeaten run but Clark's side remain in the League One play-offs on goal difference. [LNB]"This is a real test for us. I can't accept losing in that manner," Clark told BBC Radio Leeds. [LNB]"Are these players young men or little boys? I think they are young men, but they have to go and prove that now." [LNB]He added: "I am the manager and I have to take responsibility for this defeat but we all have to react in the right way now." [LNB][LNB] [LNB][LNB] Town remain sixth in the league, but seventh place Millwall are now joint on points with a game in hand. [LNB]Huddersfield face relegation strugglers Gillingham on Saturday and Clark knows they must get back to winning ways. [LNB]"The way they perform at Gillingham will tell me a lot about these lads. I have confidence they will react in the right way, but it's up to them now. I think we can bounce back," added Clark. [LNB]"That defeat was not worth anything to Huddersfield Town, certainly not while I'm the manager of this football club."

Source: BBC_Sport