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MetiNews.Com - Head coach Grant McCann felt his side could have inflicted more damage on Rochdale at Spotland, despite running out comfortable 3-0 winners. McCann had to wait
Breaking News ! Head coach Grant McCann felt his side could have inflicted more damage on Rochdale at Spotland, despite running out comfortable 3-0 winners. McCann had to wait until the 73rd minute before Hull City scored their second goal to effectively put the game beyond Rochdale, having created numerous chances. In the end, a Mallik Wilks brace and the icing on the cake from Josh Magennis were enough to seal a vital three points, and a perfect response to a poor second half display at Fleetwood last Friday, a point the Tigers boss was quick to make. “I think it’s a really good reaction to a bad half at Fleetwood which cost us the game. We wanted to come here today with the intention of responding in the right way, with the right performance, and I thought we did that,” he told BBC Humberside. “They’re a good footballing team, Rochdale, they play the right way. Hull City are embarking on a new era in League One, with the side looking to find their feet once more. There's never a normal day at the KCOM stadium, and you certainly won't want to miss a thing. By signing up to our Hull City newsletter, you will receive a once-daily email, with the latest transfer news, interviews and opinion on the club. How do you sign up? It's easy and takes seconds.
. And that's it, you're all set. You can unsubscribe at any time and your data will not be shared with any other party. “I felt the shape of our team was good, our organisation was good and when we broke, we looked dangerous on nearly every occasion.” Wilks, Magennis, Greg Docherty and Keane Lewis-Potter all went close to adding further gloss to the scoreline, with McCann admitting getting what had been an elusive second goal had been a source of frustration before it eventually arrived. “Yes, it could have been,” he said. “One of our frustrations at half-time was the final ball at times. “We’re getting into the final third of their half and sometimes we over hit the pass – it could have been more. “There were one or two opportunities for Keano to have a couple of goals, Mallik could have had another one or two.”
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