Souness Leaves Murray To Face The Flack

Last updated : 30 August 2005 By Footy Mad - Editor
We have now picked up just one point from the first four Premiership games and have not scored a league goal in 555 minutes of football, and the Jock left his post-match press conference to assistant Alan Murray on an afternoon when defensive frailty once again cost us dear.
"They are poor goals from our point of view," Murray admitted. "Jean-Alain has been good enough to hold his hand up, and that is a credit to him, but what we have said is we will win as a team and we will take our defeats as a team.
"We will regroup and we will go on from there. If we had had a really bad performance and we had been tonked, yes, we would be a bit despondent. Manchester United are a really good team, you saw that today, but we matched them when we had our best 11 out there, and we need to do that more often, keep our best 11 on the pitch.
"We need a break and we will look forward to having this enforced break to regroup."