Farndon: Poor In The First Half, Good In The Second

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Coventry City U23's coach Jason Farndon has said that his side yet again were poor in the first half but good in the second half,

Farndon told Alex Lowe about the 2-1 defeat at Bolton Wanderers last night:  “It’s been a little trend so far that we’ve been poor in the first half and then really good in the second half.

“It’s happened in all three games and I think sometimes we’re leaving ourselves with a bit too much to do, so we have to figure out why that’s happening and why we’re starting slow, so that’s something for us as coaching staff to look at.

“I thought looking over the 90 minutes the better team probably won, although we could’ve got a result, we missed golden chances and Jordan Ponticelli should score his one v one and he will be disappointed with that and again the goals are down to errors.

“When Jordan goes through one v one and the keeper saves it, they go straight up the other end and get their second which sort of kills the game off and kills us a bit.

“It’s probably not one of our better games and the team was mixed around with first team players so it was a little disjointed but that’s the nature of the beast.”