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Blunt City frustrate Dowie

Coventry City manager Iain Dowie was left with plenty to ponder after Saturday's defeat by bottom club Norwich.

'We had a lot of the ball, especially in the second half but we just didn't show enough in the final third,' he said.

'Norwich had one attack in the second half and scored from it. We had most of the play but didn't make any use of it, which was very frustrating.

'I am very angry because we keep giving away silly goals, it's been our Achilles heel for some time now.

'We should have dealt with both situations. We didn't and got punished for it.'




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Date:Saturday November 24 2007

Time: 7:19PM

 

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