Dover disappointed with result but sees positives

Wayne Dover, Golden Jaguars Interim Head-Coach said yesterday that while he was disappointed with the agonizing 1-0 loss to Grenada, several positive signs can be identified from the International Friendly.

In an exclusive interview with Stabroek Sports following the team’s return Dover declared: “I was very disappointed with the result especially that we conceded so late, but I can take away some positives from the game. Given our previous game against Martinique where we did not demonstrate the level of patience with the ball, in this particular game, we have improved in that department where we kept the ball for longer periods.”

He added: “However, possession has to end with penetration and penetration has to end in goal scoring conversions. The fact that we possessed well and that is a plus, the disappointment was the lack of penetration which resulted in us not creating as many chances given the lopsided possession.”….

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