Scott Parker is still waiting in vain for his first win as Club Brugge manager. The Englishman criticized the way Blue-Black Stayen played after the lead. “There is a lot to do.”
“This is a disappointment,” Parker immediately fell out with rights owner Eleven. “We had the game under control in the first half and took the lead. But in the second half they didn’t want to score any more goals. That too is disappointing. We didn’t broadcast any threat at all. I don’t want to see my team play like that. There is an awful lot to do.”
Especially after Bruno’s equalizer, the club’s self-confidence sank below freezing – appropriate in the current weather. STVV then grew again. “I don’t think it’s really a mental problem, but you can tell they’re regaining hope and confidence after the 1-1 draw,” said captain Hans Vanaken. “That’s the feeling teams get against us. We used to finish off our opponent after conceding a goal, but that’s more difficult at the moment.”
And that’s exactly what Parker doesn’t like. “I want us to play football to score goals. STVV was powered by our way of playing. We need to fix this fast. Tomorrow we will analyze this game and we have to work to become the team we need to be.”
There isn’t much time left because Charleroi is already visiting Jan Breydel on Sunday. And Parker is hoping to finally wipe that pesky zero — in terms of wins — off the table.
Source : HLN