“I showed the lads the numbers,” he said, “I gave an emotional talk to them about this club, what it means to me and where we are, and what I want to see from them. But I have to stop talking at some point and they have to start doing.”
Twenty-two clear-cut chances – and when I say clear-cut, I mean you would say ‘got to score’ – compared to 16. The other issue is [opponents] have had 16 and scored six, we’ve had 22 and scored one.
Scott Wagstaff on FA Cup upsets, his favourite memory of competition at Charlton and AFC Wimbledon’s League One struggles
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