You’ll be in Scott Parker’s shoes. Club Brugge has been playing better football since his appointment, but the most important thing – a victory – keeps eluded him.
Blue-black also gave away a lead in Sint-Truiden.
“I’m disappointed,” Parker sighed at Eleven Sports. “Especially because after the break there was no intention to score a second goal. We no longer put STVV under pressure, there was no longer any danger. It looked like a basketball match.”
In the meantime, the Englishman is in game 3 without a win. “Frustrating, but this is not about me. Everyone in the club is working hard for the three points. Now I have to provide the solution to get it.”
The idealess game of his team clearly bothered the coach. “We never put our attacking players in the second half again. I don’t want to play like that…”
“There was simply a lack of opportunities, speed and commitment. That is a pity and must change quickly, there is a lot of work to be done. The players understand that too.”
“I gradually know where the problems are”, the trainer takes as a positive point.
At the end of his interview, Parker also addressed the unfortunate Club fan who had to be taken away after a heart attack: “I hope that the supporter is okay.”