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Adams puzzled by 'soft touch' City

Another disappointing away result pushed Coventry City back down the table on Saturday, Clinton Morrison scoring the only goal for Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

'We are a soft touch away from home, and we have to think seriously about our away form,' said boss Micky Adams, who also saw David McNamee sent off for two yellow card offences.

'If we can find the answer to the problem, we will be a decent side, but otherwise we will be a team who just go up and down the table.

'I'm sure we will produce in our next home game - but you can't always guarantee that you will win your home games.'




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Date:Saturday September 23 2006

Time: 7:16PM

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mmm Not much to say about yet another away defeat
cov182004
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23/09/2006 22:25:00

Same old story isn't it. Maybe get the players to go to away games in their own cars, kid on it's a home game!
CET Stander
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24/09/2006 09:54:00

should have learnt after all these years, never be confident about City winning
roberts
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24/09/2006 22:07:00

we only need the home form to dip and we could get into real trouble. At least the fixture list has been relatively kind to us this year.
skyblueox
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25/09/2006 21:23:00

You need Jim SMith back SBOx
marksennett
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26/09/2006 13:00:00

 

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