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Gary Rowett sends pointed message after Birmingham City’s rivals left ‘crying in the dressing room’



Players from Huddersfield Town were “weeping in the locker room” following their team’s defeat at Bristol City due to a contentious penalty call in the 101st minute.

Just moments separated the Terriers from an uncommon triumph until referee Rebecca Welch signaled for a foul. Following a ruling that Oliver Turton had handled Cameron Pring’s cross in stoppage time, Nakhi Wells scored the penalty.

Consequently, Birmingham City moved up above Huddersfield and out of the relegation zone after defeating Coventry City 3-0 on Saturday. The players for Huddersfield were very appalled.

“The boys played really well, but I disagree with the penalty decision,” said Andre Breitenreiter, the manager of Huddersfield. “They’re crying in the dressing room right now because they can’t figure out why they haven’t won, and it’s annoying.” Although difficult, the performance was excellent.

The Blues players were celebrating after Coventry when they heard about Bristol City’s equalizer.In between their matches against Rotherham and Norwich, Gary Rowett’s team still has to play Huddersfield at the John Smith’s Stadium.

“I wasn’t very worried about it when somebody informed me the way the scores were going just before the end,” Rowett stated. It seems like we should simply focus on doing our part and not worry about the other teams.

Naturally, the boys feel a little better after our last-minute equalizer, and a few of them were even happier about it, but the emphasis needs to be on the level we demonstrated there. We demonstrated that achieving a performance such as that requires striking a balance between aptitude and effort, as well as organization and diligence.

That’s something we need to comprehend and learn from. There were so many benefits for players that we ought to put a lot of effort into trying to duplicate that.



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