Date:Sunday April 15 2007
West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Mowbray wasn't happy after witnessing his Albion side lose 1-0 at home to Sheffield Wednesday last Friday.
Owls striker Deon Burton lashed onto a Chris Brunt cross to stab home, Dean Kiely looked to have kept his effort out but the officials and TV replay judged that it went over the line - another day it wouldn't have stood!
Tony Mowbray said; 'I said to them in the dressing room that I'm not interested in false bravado. It doesn't get you any points. I'd prefer us to apply ourselves on the football pitch and show the skill we've got.
'Our disciplinary record this season is something that needs to dramatically improve next season. I think what has happened is a frustration in-built into the team this season.
'We are not an overly aggressive team and yet we have one of the worst disciplinary records in the league. It's a bit hard to fathom.'
Meanwhile Sheffield Wednesday manager Brian Laws played up his sides chances of making the play-offs.
'The dream is still alive. It has been a great run of results. It is still a massive ask.' Said Laws
'We are still going to have to win our next three games but we had to do something against West Brom first and foremost and we have done that.
'It's a big dream and a big ask because we are going to have to rely heavily on other results, and you are probably talking about four or five teams who are going to have to blow up.'
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