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Veljko Paunovic and Marco Silva Post match interview

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Reading manager Veljko Paunovic:

“It was another horrible night in what is proving to be a very hard month for us so far.”


“The early setback with losing Scott Dann through injury certainly changed our shape and our approach on a night where we already had a very disrupted line-up.”


“But even after that, we found it very hard to adjust, there was nervousness and frustration and we conceded an avoidable first goal and the penalty before half-time was also possibly debatable.”


“After all that, to be 2-0 down at the break in all those circumstances, we were still having to contend with a very good side like Fulham,”


“The third goal killed us and then unfortunately the inexperience of certain players in certain positions cost us and made it even tougher.”


“It’s not a question for me to answer if I think I’ll be given enough time. It’s about the group and this team and at this time, we have been put in a very difficult position and been handed a very difficult task through no fault of our own.”


“We’ve been thrown under the bus, but we have to keep going and I feel we can.”


“I’ve seen people giving their all to the team and if you look back just a few months, this group produced one of its best performances to beat this Fulham team on their own ground.”

Veljko Paunovic and Marco Silva Post match interview   

Fulham manager Marco Silva:

“It was a good result for us and it was an impressive performance.”


“We knew before the game and we spoke about it in meetings that it would be important for us to get three points and the fans who were here this evening and came in great number, got to see and feel a great performance.”


“There were some great goals and some great individual performances and it was the perfect night for us.”


“We want to create lots of chances and score lots of goals and we did it in some style tonight. We were much better in the second half than we were in the first as I didn’t feel like we had full control of the game despite going in 2-0 ahead.”


“There were moments where we weren’t at our best in that first half, but we were much more on it and stronger in some important details in the second half.”


“This will only be a special season if we finish it with some success at the end so while it’s great to have scored seven goals twice, we know we need to see it through for the rest of the season.”


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