Town striker looks to take the positives from home draw with the Millers
Freddie Sears admits he can understand the supporters’ frustrations after failing to beat Rotherham at home, but wants to put things right at Sheffield Wednesday next week.
The striker had the Blues in front inside three minutes at Portman Road but needed a last minute David McGoldrick strike to salvage a point with the Millers having turned the game on its head.
“I’m a football fan, I know my football, and we expected to beat Rotherham,” he told Ipswich Player HD.
“No disrespect to Rotherham, but we expect to beat teams like them at home so when it isn’t happening there’s a bit of negativity that goes round the place.
“We kept going to then end, got the goal and got a point. If we had come away having lost the game, we would have been even more disappointed so there’s a small positive there.
“Now we need to go to Sheffield [Wednesday] next week and have a really good go.
“It was difficult in the second half when they got the goal because it gave them something to hang on to and they had every man behind the ball.
“We just need to keep going, keep working hard and the results will come.”
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