Angry Bristol Rovers boss holds inquest after fourth successive defeat
ANGRY Bristol Rovers boss Mark McGhee conducted an hour-long changing-room post mortem with his players after watching them lose 3-2 to Southend United to suffer a fourth successive defeat last night.
McGhee watched his side take the lead through Fabian Broghammer in the tenth minute at the Memorial Stadium, before Southend hit back with goals from Gavin Tomlin and Kevan Hurst just before the break to offer Paul Sturrock's side a slender half-time advantage.
Ryan Cresswell increased Southend's advantage in the 63rd minute with a header from a corner – before David Clarkson converted from the penalty spot to set up a grandstand finish six minutes from time.
Substitute Oliver Norburn was given a straight red-card with three minutes remaining to end any hopes of a comeback, before McGhee held a post mortem with his players in the changing room long after the final whistle.
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The manager, who fielded a new-look 4-2-3-1 formation in a bid to end a recent losing run, will now hope his side can halt their poor run of form when Chesterfield arrive at the Memorial Stadium on Saturday after seeing them slip to just one point off the bottom of League Two.