Sadler Bemoans a Lack of Creativity as Walsall Slip to Defeat Sadler Bemoans a Lack of Creativity as Walsall Slip to Defeat

Sadler Bemoans a Lack of Creativity as Walsall Slip to Defeat

The Walsall boss spoke to the media shortly after full-time.
Walsall's winning run came to an end on Saturday afternoon as hosts Accrington Stanley ended their poor run of form with victory at the Wham Stadium.

Goals from Tommy Leigh and Joe Pritchard on either side of a Freddie Draper penalty saw the hosts take all three points, the first time they'd done so in five league games.

In an afternoon to forget, the Saddlers failed to truly trouble the Stanley backline, with individual errors and a general lack of attacking play condemning them to a festive fall.

Speaking to the assembled media, including George Bennett of the Express & Star, Sadler first bemoaned the less-than-perfect conditions up North, he said; "The conditions are dreadful.

"They were rubbish for football and I don't think both teams really played any sort of football. I just felt like they were on the right end of it today.

"We didn't quite adapt to the conditions well enough and we have to be better with dealing with that.

"But also in the end it felt like we were just content to play forward too quickly and didn't get our football on the ball enough.

"When we did do that, we started to get a few opportunities, and started to get a few moments where we created stuff in the wide areas, but they didn't do that enough, which was the frustration."
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