Docherty wants Town to win ugly
GREG DOCHERTY has revealed his frustration at Shrewsbury Town's habit of 'shooting themselves in the foot' that has derailed their season.
And Potter said: "If you do win ugly
, then fine, but we have to stay true to how we want to play.
When asked if he'd take seeing his side win ugly
at present, Potter responded: "No because I think you have to have your way of playing.
Butcher said: "We will have to win ugly
at times if we want to win the league of course.
Oran Kearney admits he is happy to win ugly
for the rest of the season if it keeps St Mirren in the top flight.
CARMARTHEN QUINS........7 ABERAVON...........................9 JASON Hyatt was delighted to see his Aberavon side "win ugly
" as they tamed both the elements and the home side at Carmarthen Park.
Danny Lennon was happy to see the Bully Wee win ugly
- as they still look good for promotion.
Harris added: "Good teams win ugly
, but the issue for us is we've been winning ugly too much.
Coleman wants his team to play good, attacking, football but knows there are times when they will have to 'win ugly
' - and that means remaining defensively sound and grinding out results at times.
The England game we learned from our mistakes of not passing the ball, but when we've had to win ugly
we've won ugly, and when we've had to play football we've played football."
CHELSEA have remembered how to win ugly
- now back them to rediscover some razzle dazzle.
All the best teams win ugly
and that's a great habit to have.
PAUL Lambert insists Villa will not be relegated after calling on his side to 'win ugly
' in the '13 cup finals' that will now define their season.
I've played in sides that have played good football, but I've also played in sides that knew how to win, and win ugly
CONWY Borough manager Darren Moss was satisfied to win ugly
against Porthmadog on Tuesday night.