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21 April 2014

Frazer disappointed with manner of Cherries equaliser but still remains upbeat about Town's Play-Off dreams

Frazer Richardson felt Town gave it everything against Bournemouth but was disappointed in the manner Blues conceded the equalising goal.

Mick McCarthy’s side twice led through strikes from Paul Anderson and Paul Green, with Steve Cook and then a deflected Matt Ritchie goal pegging Town back.

“It was an entertaining game and we gave it everything, it’s just disappointing that they’ve scored with a wicked deflection,” the right-back told the Club website.

“Both sides went for the win and created a lot of chances and we still believe we are right in the mix for a Play-Off place.

“It was nice to get a game under my belt and although I started to tire in the second-half, I thought my legs held up well.

“I got the call off the gaffer this morning that Bez (Christophe Berra) wasn’t fit and that I’d be playing.

“It was my first 90 minutes since December and hopefully I’ve given the gaffer something to think about for the final two games.”

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