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Hoddle Reads Riot Act?

Hoddle Reads Riot Act?

Watford 3-1 Wolves

Watford 3 (DeMerit 69, King 77, Devlin 80)
Wolves 1 (Seol 90)

H-T: Watford 0 Wolves 0
F-T: Watford 3 Wolves 1

Looks like Glenn Hoddle has read the riot act as pressure mounts on the Wolves boss.

Hoddle said: 'We are killing ourselves by not taking chances. You can imagine what went on in the dressing room afterwards. We are beating ourselves, because we are not punishing teams. We should have been two or three goals up at half-time. It's sickening to lose the game, but if you don't defend corners properly, then you can expect to be punished,'

Hoddle also pin pointed poor defending, with Rob Edwards and Ki-Hyeon Seol both being hauled over the coals:

'The penny hasn't dropped. Rob Edwards was four yards away from Jay DeMerit for their first goal and if Seol had done his marking job properly, we wouldn't have conceded the third.'

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Sunday October 30 2005
Time: 6:21PM

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