Wasteful and erratic: Portsmouth player’s Rochdale confession as team-mates soak up winning feeling
Pompey players have taken to social media in the wake of the third win of the Cowleys’ reign.
There was plenty of happy reflection on the new management team’s 100 per cent record since succeeding Kenny Jackett, as the Blues cemented their play-off position.
But there was also some critical self-assessment, as winger Marcus Harness gave a damning view of his performance against Rochdale.
Despite providing the assist for Ryan Williams’ opener, Harness wasn’t happy with his showing in the 2-1 win.
But, taking to Twitter, the winger promised there would be improvements from him at Wigan on Monday.
He said: ‘Three wins in a row, a bit of a wasteful and erratic performance from me today but Monday will be better!'
Goalscorer Ryan Williams was more succinct when summing up the winning pattern which is emerging
The Aussie simply said on Instagram: ‘WWW #Pompey’
The other man on the mark, Ronan Curtis, could look back happily on a man-of-the-match performance, after he returned from disappointing international duty with Republic of Ireland.
He said on Instagram: ‘Good to be back out there with the boys, another great win onto Monday now #RC11’
Skipper Tom Naylor also reflected on the winning run, before focussing on the Wigan game quickly approaching on the horizon.
He said on Twitter: ‘3 Ws on the bounce, quick turnaround now till Monday!’
Sean Raggett was also looking forward on Instagram, for a match he sees as an important clash at the DW Stadium.
He said: ‘3 in 3 onto another big one Monday’
Sub Harvey White continued the theme of looking ahead on Instagram after his second-half appearance: ‘Good win today. Focus now turns to Monday!! PUP.’
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