Terriers boss blasts defending
Billy Paynter put the hosts ahead and despite a quickfire leveller from Jordan Rhodes, Town were sunk by youngster Charlie Austin's second goal in two games. "I was very disappointed with both goals and I am getting a little fed up that we have to score two goals just to get a point away from home," said Clark "We gave away two bad goals, and for the second one we lost possession on the halfway line. "We used the wind to our advantage in the first half but despite several shots and pressing we only had the one goal."
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