Millwall boss Kenny Jackett gives his thoughts on Cardiff draw

18:43 31 March 2012

Kenny Jackett, Millwall manager

Kenny Jackett, Millwall manager


Kenny Jackett was pleased with the point against Cardiff

Millwall manager Kenny Jackett described his side’s draw with Cardiff as a “good point”.

The Lions now sit four points clear of the relegation after Coventy and Nottingham Forest both won but with the Lions picking up a point against a promotion chasing side the boss was unwilling to criticise his side.

“It was a good point and we would have taken that before the game. It was a very spirited performance by ourselves.

“We played two up front and tried to counter-attack. We knew Cardiff would have a lot of the ball and we had to be brave.

“It nearly worked out for us at the end when we had chances. I’m pleased with a point.”


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