Date: 4th November 2015 at 7:12pm
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Midfielder Josh Scowen found himself in front of the press following the four three defeat to Coventry City last night.

With the 22 year old scoring twice on the evening as Barnsley almost completed a fightback in the game, Scowen told the Official Site that in giving ourselves such a mountain to climb in the match the players had largely let themselves down with the performance.

‘We let ourselves down in the first half. We had a right go in the second half and scored three goals. To get two goals is nice but I’d rather come home with the three points. I think we knew we had nothing to lose, second half. We gave it a right go. We should play like that from the start of the game. We’ve scored three goals which is something we haven’t done in a while so that’s something to build on.’

Scowen went on to say that ultimately we are losing games at the moment from ‘little individual mistakes’ and he’s confident that if we can cut those out and stop going behind in games, we have more than enough quality at the other end of the pitch to start picking up three points on a more regular basis.

‘It’s not nice, because everyone wants to be winning games. We are all together and as long as we don’t argue amongst ourselves, we do have the players to get through this. We should never be where we are in the table but stilly mistakes have put us there. When we get everyone back fit, and to full strength, hopefully we can push up the league.’

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