BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Glyn Hodges wants a more positive approach to away games – with his AFC Wimbledon side banking just three points from a possible 27 on the road.
Blackpool inflicted an eighth defeat in nine away League One matches this season – Armand Gnanduillet striking twice on Saturday.
“We put things in place to play a certain way and we want them to go with a bit of belief and challenge the opposition in certain areas,” said Hodges.
“Our away form has got to improve. I’m trying to drive the players on and hopefully they believe the same as me – that these games can be won. We had more unforced errors in this game than we have done for a while.”
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