Doncaster Rovers boss Dean Saunders says he will get it right despite a poor performance at Barnsley, which sees them remain at the foot of the championship table.
Doncaster went down 2-0 in the South Yorkshire derby at Barnsley and never looked like making it back-to-back wins in a lacklustre display.
Speaking after the game, Saunders said, ‘We didn’t look sharp enough. Their first goal was a clumsy effort.
They were better than us. We didn’t start well. We are still at the bottom but I will get it right. We never had a shot at goal until we were two down. They looked sharper than us all around the pitch.’
Saunders also feels the players let the Doncaster supporters down, with over 2000 making the trip to Oakwell. ‘I feel bad for our supporters because it’s a local derby and after our performance at Ipswich they were expecting something better today. We had a terrific following today and I thank them for coming, We have got to give them something to cheer about. We are working as hard as we can to turn it around and I will,” Saunders continued.
Doncaster remain level on points with Coventry at the bottom of the table with twelve points, but with an inferior goal difference. Third from bottom, Bristol City won this weekend to put a four-point gap between them and the bottom two. Doncaster are six points away from safety with Burnley and Millwall both on eighteen points.
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