Image default

The blaming of the Shrews: ‘Lack of quality’ frustrates boss Paul Hurst

Boss Paul Hurst was unhappy with Shrewsbury’s performance at Bristol Rovers, even though the 0-0 draw means they have only lost one of their last six away games.

The visitors were indebted to several Marko Marosi saves for picking up a point from the Sky Bet League One contest at the Memorial Stadium, while Aiden O’Brien crashed a volley against the Rovers crossbar from 20 yards out.

Hurst says his side must play better if they are to get anything from their next fixture, at leaders Portsmouth.

“I wasn’t satisfied with the performance at all,” he said. “In the end neither team deserved to win. I thought it was two teams who could have done more for their club’s supporters.

Read More

Related posts

Jude Bellingham suffers sprained ankle in Real Madrid win


Ansu Fati faces uncertain future


Paul Warne: Wycombe draw might be really good point for Derby in promotion race