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24 August 2013

McGoldrick disappointed to see Leeds come from behind to beat Town but is now focusing on Birmingham trip

David McGoldrick has said it is time for Town to start ‘seeing out games’, after Leeds United came from behind to beat the Blues at Portman Road.

The striker fired Town in front after 11 minutes with his first goal of the season, before Luke Varney and Ross McCormack turned the game on its head with a goal apiece.

The defeat was the first time the visitors had won at Portman Road since 2001, with Mick McCarthy’s side now focusing on Saturday’s trip to Birmingham.

“We started the game well but obviously we’ve not come away with the three points that we aimed for at the start of play,” Didzy told the Club website.

“The manager has told us that although the performances have been good, we’ve got to start taking points and seeing games out. If we can’t win games, we need to make sure we don’t lose and unfortunately that’s happened again today.

“I’ve pleased to get a goal today and it gets me off the mark for the season, but at the end of the day I haven’t got a smile on my face because we haven’t won the game.

“We’ve got to put this result behind us now and look ahead to another difficult game in Birmingham next weekend.” 

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