“It’s Pathetic”: Rosenior’s expresses huge frustration as he speaks on Watford’s defeat…

Hull City’s 2-1 home defeat against Watford left manager Liam Rosenior grappling with disappointment. Wesley Hoedt’s remarkable 40-yard lob, 16 minutes from the end, inflicted the Tigers’ second home loss of the season.

Despite dominating the game and missing an earlier penalty when Jaden Philogene’s effort was saved by Ben Hamer, Hull City couldn’t secure the win. Scott Twine swiftly equalized Edo Kayembe’s early goal within the opening 10 minutes, but the late drama favored Watford.

Rosenior expressed frustration, emphasizing the team’s overall superiority, particularly in missed opportunities and lack of clinical finishing. Acknowledging the youthful nature of his squad, Rosenior sees the downside in occasional young mistakes but remains enthusiastic about the group’s potential. Despite the painful loss, he appreciates the team’s character and resilience, stating they learn from setbacks.

“It’s a sickener in terms of the result,” said Rosenior.

“We were so much better than them, in every aspect of our game. We’re not clinical enough from the moments we have in the game.

“We make young mistakes – and that’s the downside of having an exciting, young team. I love working with this group – they’re a great group.

“It’s painful to lose that game. I would have been frustrated to draw that game from the performance.

“We miss a penalty and have so many opportunities in the game to score more goals.

“There’s a long way to go and I’ve got a really good feeling with this group. They’ve shown me every time we’ve had a setback, they’ll learn from a setback.

“If we learn from the mistakes we make and improve certain aspects of our game, we’re a very good team at this level.”

The manager sees room for improvement and believes in the team’s capabilities, expressing confidence that with learning from mistakes and refining certain aspects, Hull City can emerge as a formidable force in their league. The defeat, though painful, serves as a source of motivation for the team’s growth.


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