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Saturday, December 27, 2008

Poor Defending Cost Us - Moore

Tranmere manager Ronnie Moore has told the Liverpool Post that some poor defending cost Tranmere two points yesterday at Edgar Street.

“Our strengths became our weaknesses today, it is disappointing to go in front twice and not hold on for a victory but some of our defending was poor and we paid for it.

“Hereford’s second equaliser was very disappointing. We had a number of opportunities to clear the ball; it was like head tennis on the edge of our box.

“But we’ve still come away with a point and we were positive in the way we went into the game with a 4-4-2 formation.”

Meanwhile Steve Guinan thought the Bulls should have taken all three points.

"Three months ago, we weren't creating a thing, but now we're creating a boatload," said Guinan.

"When you score two at home, you expect to win a game – both their strikes were poor defensive errors."