Town striker bemoans an inability to get a foothold in the game as the Blues fall to home defeat
Freddie Sears believes that Town’s failure to get themselves going was the deciding factor behind their loss at home to Rotherham.
The defeat leaves the Blues four points off the Play-Off places going into the final international break of the season, a situation which the striker is itching to put right.
“We knew their game plan before the game and it was up to us to take it to them but we couldn’t get going today,” he told Ipswich Player HD.
“We’ve had a lot of games lately so maybe that’s caught up with us a little bit but fair play to Rotherham, they came here and did a job on us.
“The fans were right [to be unhappy] today. We didn’t give them enough to cheer about but we need them to stick with us.
“The best thing in football is that normally after a disappointment you have a game straight after so it’s going to be a long two weeks for us trying to get over this one.
“We’ve still got eight big games and there’s still a lot to play for so hopefully we can go on a run after the international break and break back into that top-six.”
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