Date: 2nd February 2011 at 6:04pm
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Bristol City boss Keith Millen admitted his side allowed Swansea City to dictate the game last night as they won 2-0 at Ashton Gate.

Millen said his players’ confidence dropped after the first goal, as Swansea controlled the first half, and the second goal was ‘criminal’ as Pratley scored from a yard out.

Millen said:

‘We let a very good passing side dictate the game,’

‘We didn’t keep our shape well enough and when we had the ball, our lack of confidence affected our passing.

‘It was a soft goal to give away on ten minutes and once that went in the confidence just drained from every one of them.

‘The way we conceded the second goal, from a set-piece, was criminal. That’s the most annoying part of the game.’


Can the Swans push on from the win at Bristol City now and go for automatic promotion? Where do you think we’ll finish this season?

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