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McInnes Happy To Record First Win.

Bristol City boss Derek McInnes picked up his first win in his new job and declared himself delighted with the last gasp win.

Albert Adomah hand given City the lead at Barnsley but Craig Davies struck back for the home side.

But just when it looked like a valuable point as on the cards, Nicky Maynard blasted home Bolasie`s cross deep into injury time and McInnes was able to chalk one up.

He said: 'I am delighted. It's a big three points for us. I thought the players worked extremely hard for that result.

'We showed what we can do. In the first half we were dominant and we restricted Barnsley to one long-range effort. In the second half they showed a bit of impetus but we managed to withstand it.

'I always felt that with the players on the field that we could get the win. Nicky Maynard never let his head go down after he had missed two earlier opportunities. He was always in the game.

'The second goal came at no better time for a manager. The players took on board what I said to them. They knew that Barnsley are a good side.

'After the first goal we grew in confidence and at half-time I thought we should have been out of sight.'


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Writer: Andy999 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 31 2011

Time: 12:30PM

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