Keane Not Proud of Breaking Draws Record

17 April 2010 08:17
Town boss Roy Keane has admitted he was not proud to break the club's draws record following the 1-1 draw against Doncaster, Town's 19th of the season. Speaking to the official club website, Keane said: "It's not a record we are proud about, the draws, it's very frustrating."We're disappointed, we had the chances to have killed the game off after we scored but a bit of inexperience cost us in terms of the penalty."Shane made a mistake initially and then having got caught out on the wrong side he should have let the lad have another touch away from goal because he still had a lot to do to beat our 'keeper."Connor took his goal well. It was a big ask for the lad because of the games he has played lately but he was one of our better players, along with Gareth [McAuley]."I would liked to have got Billy Clark on earlier but even though he had two or three minutes, he looked neat and tidy and the other youngsters will benefit from the experience of being involved with the first-team."


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