What Pompey need to do for a League Two promotion push
By Site reporter
Tuesday 17 Sep 2013 21:22:00
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Pompey can quickly become a force to be reckoned with in League Two this season provided they cut out the basic mistakes that have cost them points so far.


That's the view of midfielder Simon Ferry, who says the squad feel they're going in the right direction after holding on an to a lead away from home - for a change - at Burton last Saturday.

Ferry told the BBC: 'I don't think the performances have been bad and we play really good football for this league. It's stupid little mistakes that have been creeping up that's stopped us from being up there. If we can cut them out we can go on a run and be up there.

'If we can keep tight at the back and not concede, we've got players up front that can always create chances.

'We've done a lot of hard work in the week on how to protect leads, and I think we did it very well. It [Burton] was probably the game where we created the least amount of chances so far, but that's the balance we are looking for, where you create chances, score goals and make sure you're hard to beat.'

Next up for the Blues, it's Fleetwood at home this Saturday.

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