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Millwall manager Kenny Jackett admitted to being very frustrated with his side after their poor defence could not hang onto the points after being 3-0 up.

He saw his side all but wrap up the points when his side raced into a three goal lead thanks to a brace from Chris Wood and another from Chris Taylor.

But the Lions were like pussies after a strike from Marlon King to pull a goal back and then he completed a hat-trick in the second half that took him just 18 minutes to put together.

Jackett told reporters after the game:'It was very frustrating.

'The goals against column for us this season is embarrassing. It's why we are where we are in the table.

'You can't give three goals away and expect to get anything on too many occasions. It was a shame because it covered up some of our best attacking football this season.'


He added: 'There was a flurry of late corners as well and we finished the game in the right way. But people don't need too many shots to score against us.'
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Date:Wednesday October 24 2012

Time: 7:38AM

 

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