Aidy Boothroyd admitted that he was very disappointed at Coventry City's 2-1 defeat to Barnsley this afternoon.
Boothroyd became the first City manager for fourteen years to manage a losing City side at Oakwell and the City boss, who got some of the frustration from the City supporters who had spent time and good money travelling to South Yorkshire only to be let down by a leaderless City side with no plan B, after the match, told the Press Association: "I am very disappointed. You can't start a game the way we did.
"The goals we conceded were very poor. We didn't create enough to win the game.
"For where we are, that was very poor. We didn't attack them enough, we had periods where we dominated them but we didn't get the ball behind them.
"For their winning goal, we defended the first cross and everyone ran out but we didn't defend the second cross. We allowed them to have two very poor goals and we didn't take the chances when we had the opportunities."