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Reaction | Rob on Palace point

9 March 2024

Club News

Reaction | Rob on Palace point

9 March 2024

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Rob Edwards was relieved that the Town were able to come away from Selhurst Park with a point thanks to Cauley Woodrow’s injury-time header.

“I think we it’s hard for us to be at our best and weren't at our best today,” said the boss.

“We’ve got so many players out key players out –  and that's no disrespect to the lads that we got available – but they were amazing for us.

“They're giving us everything, but it's hard for us to be at our best. Hard for us to find loads of rhythm against the team that was almost shape for shape, man, for man.

“However, we gifted them a goal. A human error that can happen. We don't want it to. But it happened and we dealt with it.

“So we had a bit of a reset at half-time and I thought our intensity was better in the second half.

“I thought we had a lot of momentum, but struggled to sort of break them down.

“We weren't quite weren't quite our best there in the final third either. Thomas Kaminski’s made a brilliant save at 1-0, a bit of magic from Eze and we could have been further behind.”

On Woodrow’s late show, the boss added: “That’ll give him confidence. He’s been class for us all season long. He had a difficult start with injury. But he's been really important as the season has gone on and he's played a number of games, scored one or two important goals – none more so than today’s.”


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