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6 April 2015

Mick concedes Town were poor and now looks to six point return from next two home matches

Mick McCarthy conceded Town didn’t deserve anything from the game at Huddersfield and says Blues have to win the next two matches to stay right in the Play-Off chase. 

First-half goals from Nahki Wells and James Vaughan put the Terriers in control at the break but Luke Varney gave Blues a lifeline with his first goal for the Club early in the second-half. 

“We gave ourselves too much to do after our first-half display,” said the Town boss. 

“We were very poor, as poor as we have been for a long while and they deserved to win. 

“Sometimes you have to give the opposition credit and Huddersfield played well. They caused us problems and we didn’t compete anywhere near like we normally do. 

“We gave the first goal away and it seemed to dent the confidence of the whole team. Now we have to win our next two home games. 

“If I was offered seven points from today and the two home games coming up, I would probably have taken it. Now we have to beat both Blackpool and Cardiff. That puts pressure on us but we have to deal with it.”

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