It takes all kinds I presume!
With Darren Ferguson having expressed disappointment about the outcome of the fixture against Leicester City, the opposition manager, Nigel Pearson, appeared far more relaxed about the outcome.
With his team possibly considered, pre-match, as favourites to take all three points you`d have suspected that he`d have shown the same level of disappointment shown by Darren, but far from it.
As it turns out Pearson was pleased to take a point from the game remarking in his post match press interview,
“At the break we were relieved to be 1-0 down as they played very well so we needed to regroup.”
“We changed our shape to get back in the game and we passed it much better.”
“Their goalkeeper was a lot busier than ours at the end but I can`t begrudge them something from the game. It was a fair result.”
Why can`t all opposition managers be as nice as that?
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