Stoke City manager Nathan Jones has blasted his error prone team after their latest defeat to Nottingham Forest in the English Championship on Friday night.
Oghenekaro Etebo was on from start to finish, as the Potters lost 2-3 to Sabri Lamouchi’s men, no thanks to three different individual errors from his teammates.
Stoke City are without a league win in the Sky Bet championship since April 6, and manager Nathan Jones believed the players are to blame for the poor run of results, before he added that, they failed to do their job on the pitch.
“We had a great pre-season. We have a one-on-one with the ‘keeper in the first game and then nine minutes in an error and the whole place deflates and then six months’ work goes out the window. We had big errors on Sky in the last game.
“Today we started brilliantly, were on the front foot, moving the ball well – we looked a wonderful side. Then an error, they are back in the game and the place deflates. I’m so confident about the work we do. I believe in the work we do and we look, at times, a wonderful side. But if people don’t do their jobs on the pitch then, as a manager, you stand in there pretty much helpless.”
Stoke are second from bottom on the log, with no win from nine games , and they will to correct that when host fellow strugglers Huddersfield this coming Tuesday, October 1st.