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11 August 2018

Paul left frustrated as Town let points slip away

Paul Hurst said Town paid the price for not putting the ball in the net after going down to a late Michael Smith goal at Rotherham.

Blues dominated the first-half and had the better chances throughout but failed to beat Marek Rodak in the home goal.

“Football never changes. It’s about putting the ball in the net,” the Town boss told iFollow Ipswich.

“We had our chances but that doesn’t matter at the end because we didn’t take them. We need to be more clinical.

“It’s hard to feel too positive. There was some good football. I felt we were well on top in the first-half. It was more even after the break but I always thought we were the more likely to score.

“We had three claims for penalties and I’ll look at them again but it’s not going to  change anything. The game is about results and although we did enough to have won the game, we lost and that has annoyed me and disappointed me.”

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