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Colchester Midfielder Speaks Out

Colchester midfielder Johnnie Jackson has spoken out after Colchester United were hammered 4-1 away to Cardiff City and have now dropped into the bottom three in the Coca-Cola Championship.

With the worst defensive record in the division Jackson has urged his team mates to take responsibility for their sides current position.


Speaking today in the Colchester Gazette Jackson said,'When we're winning we all take the credit and when we're losing we all have to take the fall.

'It's not down to individuals and if we're going to get out of this situation we're in, we have to be in it together more than ever.

'It's not the time for pointing fingers at individuals - it's about taking responsibility as a team and resolving our problems.'

Adding,'We got to half-time in front and we were confident that we could close the game out in the second half,'

'But within five minutes they were level and ten minutes later we were 4-1 down, so there's obviously something seriously wrong.

'It probably didn't look like that we had that sort of team spirit against Cardiff the way we folded but hopefully it was a one-off.'

Quotes fom Colchester Gazette.




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Writer: Deeno Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 10 2007

Time: 11:56AM

Your Comments

To be honest u didnt deserve the first half goal , on the radio + newspapers it said we were all over u lol
jamie_r
Yeap we realise it was against the run of play, none of us trying to take a good win away from you!
Deeno
Yeah credit is givin to you guys for ending a bad run in style... :)
StevieG Col U
boo!!
Matt_Us
Wats with the boo? ;)
StevieG Col U
For Cardiff City!
Matt_Us
Oh cool...Jacksons in goal mode at the min...
StevieG Col U
Lets Face It You've Had Your 5 Minutes Of Fame And Next Season It's Back To Your Comfort Zone In The Lower Leagues Guys..!
horseworrier
 

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