Date: 26th February 2018 at 9:41am
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Watch what Peterborough United manager Grant McCann had to say after watching his side draw their fourth match on the trot against AFC Wimbledon and before he was sacked!





Peterborough United v AFC Wimbledon
Location: ABAX Stadium
Date: Saturday, 24th February, 2018
Attendance: 5,146



After promising Posh fans that his side would play with freedom and without fear, Grant McCann probably couldn`t believe his eyes in the latest draw with AFC Wimbledon.

Both sides were woeful but some of McCann`s comments after the game are laughable!

“Wimbledon made us kick it long too much”!

“Second half I thought we were excellent”!

At least he did admit his side looked “lethargic” and were “very slow in our play” in the first half!

Watch what else McCann had to say in his last post-match interview as Posh manager:




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