Date: 18th September 2011 at 9:49am
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City manager Keith Millen admitted that he was a little disappointed with his defence after they allowed a late goal to cost them at least a point in the game against Leeds.

Millen also bemoaned the start his side made, falling behind to an early strike by youngster Ross McCormack.

He said: ‘We made the worst start possible by conceding a third-minute goal but Neil Kilkenny’s goal got us back into it.

‘When they went down to 10 men we should have scored from the resultant penalty and that’s two we’ve now missed this season.

‘I wasn’t happy with the way we conceded the late goal, either. If you give away goals like that you don’t win football matches.’