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BOSS | WE NEED A KILLER INSTINCT

9 April 2022

"In a lot of elements it was a good performance but we have to grow as a team in terms of being ruthless"

Kieran McKenna was frustrated that Town were unable to 'kill off' today's game by netting a second goal against Shrewsbury.

James Norwood opened the scoring for the Blues in just the sixth minute, with an 84th-minute effort from Shaun Whalley earning the hosts a point at Montgomery Waters Meadow.

Nine minutes before Whalley's strike, a second yellow card for Cameron Burgess shifted momentum with the home side going on to make their man advantage count in Shropshire.

"We're disappointed," the Town boss told iFollow Ipswich.

"The disappointment is at ourselves. We allowed the game to still be open at 75 minutes when really the game should have been dead in terms of the quality of our performance. That’s the main frustration at the moment.

"In a lot of elements it was a good performance but we have to grow as a team in terms of being ruthless. We need to be more clinical and we need a killer instinct to kill games off.

"We have to develop a mindset and efficiency to kill games because other than that the performance was good and we were dominant in every area.

"The support was brilliant and the travelling fans contributed to the fast start."

The full interview with Kieran is available to watch on the Club's official Twitter account.

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