Date: 26th February 2012 at 9:34am
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Bristol City boss Derek McInnes was not at all impressed with the second half performance that his side put in when they threw away the game against high flying Blackpool.

Things were going well for the home side when Jon Stead decided to start scoring again. But from then on chances that fell to the Robin`s were wasted.

And City paid dear for not wrapping the game up when a brace from Thomas Ince and a Kevin Phillips strike left City wondering what had gone wrong.

McInnes said: ‘We saw both sides of our team.

‘In the first half we looked solid and organised, but once Blackpool equalised we lost our discipline and showed why we are struggling.

‘The turning point was Blackpool’s equaliser and I felt the ref let us down with the award of the free-kick. But we should have defended it better.

‘A lot of things are going against us at the moment, but there is nothing to gain from feeling sorry for ourselves.’


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