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Friday, July 29, 2005

Not sharp enough says Turner

Graham Turner has told the Worcester News that he feels there is room for improvement around the penalty box after the Bulls only scored twice against Bromsgrove.

"I think there was a disappointment in as much as we weren't sharp enough in and around the penalty area. I thought we had the ball in good areas and never made the most of it," he said.

The Hereford United manager was happier with his defence.

"I thought we defended well. We protected the goalkeeper in the main. Whichever one has been on, Brown or Mawson, has not had too much to do in the entire game."

Moving on to tomorrow's friendly, Turner said that he will put out a stonger side, with both Ryan Green and Tony James back from injury.

"We have people like Ryan Green and Tony James to come in and one or two other injured players ready to come back in so it'll be a different side again than the one we played against Bromsgrove."