Date: 20th September 2007 at 11:13am
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Cardiff City manager Dave Jones was left disappointed and pointless as he contemplated a third successive home defeat for his mis-firing Bluebbirds:



‘I’m very disappointed, because I thought that after getting the equaliser we would have gone on to win the game,’
outplayed, but because we switched off.’

‘As a team we have to concentrate, particularly on set plays, as we actually cleared the ball before both goals but were not awake for the second phase.’

‘We are our own worst enemy and we shouldn’t have lost the game.’



Cardiff played well in parts but were hit by two set-piece mistakes, and simply must improve in basic areas if they are to progress.





Watford manager Aidy Boothroyd reflected on an important, but scarcely deserved win:


‘We rode our luck and weathered some storms, defended well and ground out a result without playing that well,’

‘It says a lot that Mart Poom was our man of the match with some great saves.’




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