skip to content

Wilson rounds on Swindon `softies'

03 Nov 2010 11:00:14

Wilson rounds on Swindon `softies'

Swindon manager Danny Wilson accused his under-performing side of having a "soft underbelly" after the Robins slumped to a comprehensive 3-0 defeat to Charlton at the County Ground.A first-half Johnnie Jackson strike gave the Addicks the lead before second-half strikes from Joe Anyinsah and Paul Benson sealed three points for the Londoners.The Robins' latest setback leaves Wilson's side mired in the relegation mix-up and with an unenviable record of 13 goals conceded in their last four games.Wilson, who kept his side in the changing room for an hour after the game, said: "I had a frank discussion with the players. We have shown a soft underbelly."We have not dealt with their strikers and even though we've had chances, overall you've seen a team who haven't helped each other out."There were countless little exchanges we lost, our decision making was poor, players didn't want to get into good positions and we played like a team who are low on confidence. We have to regroup and I hope that we can bounce back."


PA

Sponsored links