New man's debut is marred by conceding identical first-half goals
Kevin Foley admits a feeling of frustration at conceding two almost identical goals which ultimately cost Town from taking anything from Bristol City.
Robins’ defender, Aiden Flint scored two headers from Luke Freeman’s corners in the first-half and Foley, who was making his Blues debut, believes that the damage was done despite rectifying the issue in the second-half.
“The delivery from them was great but we’ve lost their man at the front post so there wasn’t a lot that Bart could do and we addressed it at half-time, but it was too late by then,” he told Ipswich Player HD.
“Personally, it was good to get back out there, but that doesn’t matter because we’ve come here looking to get some points on the board and that didn’t happen.
“We showed some character to get back in it and we had some chances when the game was pretty open in the second-half, but it just wasn’t meant to be.
“It was my first proper game for about eight months and I’ve trained for about three or four weeks consecutively now so hopefully I can try to keep myself in the team.”
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