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Gillingham boss Peter Taylor frustrated by lack of end product and poor defending at Barnsley

23 August 2014
by Craig Tucker

Peter Taylor thanks the fans for their support at Oakwell on Saturday Picture Barry Goodwin

Peter Taylor thanks the fans for their support at Oakwell on Saturday Picture: Barry Goodwin

Boss Peter Taylor felt Gills were lacking at both ends in their 4-1 defeat at Barnsley.

Poor defending contributed to Conor Hourihane's long-range opener and a Sam Winnall header as the Tykes led 2-0 at half-time.

Gills carved out two decent chances for Jermaine McGlashan but neither were taken.

Barnsley added a third through Devante Cole and while Danny Kedwell replied, Dale Jennings completed the scoring.

Taylor said: "We got our wide players in - maybe could have done with a better end product - but some of the football we played in the first half was OK.

"You can say it's a great strike for the first goal but the way he got there with too much space was disappointing on our side of it and the second one was a cross, so again we're disappointed with that.

"It sets you back. I think we were doing OK. It was an even game and then you come in 2-0 down. Then you've got to get a goal pretty sharpish but they get the third and that's game, set and match. We go and get a goal back but it wasn't enough. 

"If you play away from home and get in a couple of times, your end product's got to be good because all of a sudden you get the momentum, you get the goal and then it's a different day for you.

"But for us today there was no end product and unfortunately it's another day where we haven't done enough to be good defensively.

"We had a good enough team that started the match. Barnsley were better than us, simple as that."

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