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Posted Friday, September 28th 2018

The debrief: Aston Villa (H)

Assistant head coach Jamie McAllister and goalscorer Josh Brownhill reflect on City's 1-1 draw at home to Aston Villa.

Below is a summary of what he had to say to the post-match media.

Jamie McAllister

  • He said they were pleased with the reaction of the players following the defeats at West Bromwich Albion and Wigan Athletic
  • The lads showed “real spirit” and while disappointed and frustrated to concede the goal, the defending as a team was “outstanding”
  • Head coach Lee Johnson dwelt on the positives in the half-time team talk rather than the goal conceded just before the break
  • Matty Taylor and Andi Weimann made some great runs and “the timing of their movements was excellent”
  • He added that every point in the Championship was “tough to earn” and now they had to look forward to Rotherham next Wednesday (October 3rd, 7.45pm kick-off)

 

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Josh Brownhill

  • He said the draw is an opportunity missed but felt it was good to get a point on the board after two City's two previous results
  • Brownhill was frustrated to have conceded just before half-time 
  • He said he wants to play against the best players and he believes Jack Grealish is one of those in this league. "We did well to battle with them all" he said
  • He said he and his teammates now have the chance now to rest up over the weekend

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