Repeat Pompey approach: Hill
ROCHDALE will put the disappointment of their FA Cup second round exit behind them this evening when they entertain Oldham in the Checkatrade Trophy (7pm kick off ).
Dale face neighbours Latics at the Crown Oil Arena in the second round of the competition following their unfortunate 1-0 defeat against League One leaders Portsmouth at the weekend.
Andre Green’s wickedly deflected goal in the 90th minute made for a painful finale to a second half bossed by the home side.
And while Keith Hill was less than impressed with referee Seb Stockbridge’s display, the Dale are on six, seven, eight played against Accrington I was relatively pleased plan. I don’t live my life in boss said his side’s performance strikes and it only leaves and we were very mindful that we were in control to a hope, in fact the word is against Pompey one person vulnerable – of the Portsmouth game, degree. banned from my house should be a template and that’s me. but with respect to the “But when you look at (unless somebody comes going forward – regardless “The new format of the Oxford game the system the opposing team you are in who is called Hope!). I of the players he selects. competition I love shouldn’t have altered our never quite comfortable, don’t believe in it at all.
“The selection will be in because I can play Luke attitude and our performance and nor should you be, We plan to be successful contrast to Sunday, but Matheson, Dan Adshead levels. This is where you should be aware, concentrating and this is going to be the the performance levels and trial players to a players have got to start and focusing. fifth season in League One and attitude have to reflect certain degree, especially accepting more responsibility. “Unfortunately we conceded and we want to retain that the reasons why I am in the group stages. It’s a squad game. a very cruel going into the sixth. selecting them and the “I think it’s brilliant, it’s “Sunday’s was my preferred deflected goal, but we “I certainly don’t want to gameplan,” he said. a good competition and line-up. Callum can’t take anything away be a League Two manager,
“Those players should one we want to be successful Camps is ill but we went from our performance that’s for sure, so we have want to make an impact in and I’m going to with a certain gameplan and we have to lead into to plan to make sure that on the future of this club try to select a side that and I felt in the first half we Wednesday’s game we have the right application but also on their own reflects my interest in it nullified them to a certain against Oldham and Saturday’s from the players we futures as well. I am looking and our future in trying to degree – there were too league game at have fit and available. for that responsibility get to Wembley.” many turnovers and we Wimbledon with that type “We got that on Sunday from players. I get it from Hill wants to see the kind looked a little bit tentative of attitude towards our and that’s why we were Luke Matheson, I get it of application his players but I thought in the second application. If we apply very close to an excellent from Dan Adshead. But I produced against Portsmouth half we worked it out well, ourselves in the manner Portsmouth side who are need it from the other rather than the kind created opportunties and I we did against Portsmouth extremely functional but players. Arguably, three of poor showing at Oxford don’t think Portsmouth I think we’ve got a also have the skill level to strikes and your out of the in last week’s 4-2 loss. created too many opportunities very good side. get promoted from this side? Some of my players “The two fullbacks in the second half so “We’re not hopeful, we league.”
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