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Simply Not Good Enough - Pearson

Nigel Pearson has pulled no punches after seeing us lose against Doncaster despite being ahead in the game.

Speaking to lcfc.com Pearson admitted that he was disappointed, that today was simply not enough and that we have to show more strength in games if we are to reach our stated aims for the season.

'At the moment, we are soft and it simply has to change. It will change too, no doubt. I am disappointed with the result, but I would have been disappointed with a draw today. We have to win these games and today was not good enough.'

Pearson is now focusing on the next game and determined that we'll see a response.

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Date:Saturday December 17 2011

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