We made bad de­ci­sions, says un­happy boss

Nottingham Post - - SPORT -

NOTTS County boss Kevin Nolan blamed de­fen­sive er­rors for his side’s 3-2 de­feat at Cam­bridge United as Barry Corr snatched a last-minute win­ner.

The Mag­pies were a goal up at the break af­ter Enzio Bold­ewijn scored his first goal for the club with a peach of a strike from 30 yards.

But Notts sur­ren­dered their ad­van­tage when Shaun Bris­ley and Ross Fitzsi­mons got into a hor­ri­ble mix-up al­low­ing Ade Azeez to equalise.

The Mag­pies then fell asleep from a quick free-kick which al­lowed Azeez to score his se­cond of the game un­til Richard Duffy equalised with a header.

Kane Hem­mings then wasted a glo­ri­ous chance to make it 3-2 at the death and Notts paid the price when Corr headed in a cor­ner.

And Nolan said Notts only had them­selves to blame.

“You can’t de­fend and give goals away like that and ex­pect to win games,” he said.

“We’ve scored two goals away from home and should have scored a cou­ple more but for some big misses.

“But I thought we were re­ally, re­ally, poor in the goals we con­ceded.

“I am very dis­ap­pointed in that. We made the wrong de­ci­sions.”

Notts County man­ager Kevin Nolan

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