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Millen's View: Leeds home 0-2

Millen's View: Leeds home 0-2
Bristol City manager Keith Millen admitted his side were second best after going down 2-0 at home to Leeds United on Saturday.

Millen was expecting more from his side after a big build up to the game, but goals from Snodgrass and Gradel made sure the home fans went home disappointed.

Millen said: 'We were second best.
'We deserved to score at least one goal, but you cannot defend like we did for the two Leeds strikes and expect to get anything from a game.

'There was a big build-up to the match for a number of reasons.

'It was Louis Carey's 600th game for us and we had a near capacity crowd, which makes our performance doubly disappointing.

'Nicky Maynard returned to action for the first time since his knee surgery last summer, but by then we were two goals down.

'We didn't defend our 18-yard box properly and need to tighten up defensively if we are to build on last week's 4-0 win at Preston.'

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Writer:Andy999
Date:Monday February 14 2011
Time: 12:38AM

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