Gem Palace director Neil Warnock approached his players to improve at proceeding onward when referees’ choices don’t go their direction.
While Warnock couldn’t avoid whining about a conceivable penalty that was not given to Palace striker Frazier Campbell in the opening minute of Monday’s Premier League go against Sunderland, the 65-year-old contended his team can’t permit such choices to crash them.
As Palace battled with referee Phil Dowd’s choice, Sunderland struck the opener in the 31st minute through Steven Fletcher and in spite of the fact that a Wes Brown own goal leveled the match 10 minutes into the second half, Warnock’s men yielded twice after the break to lose 3-1.
“In the first half we were letting the penalty get to us for 60 minutes,” Warnock said at his post-match media gathering.
“We’ve got to get over that and get on [with it]. I thought second half, we simply got on with it and we were a great deal better and that is the thing that we’ve got to do.”
It proceeded with Warnock’s topic that his team are “a bit excessively pleasant” and don’t know how to granulate out results as their loss in the Premier League extended to four matches.
The Monday’s loss keep Palace just over the assignment zone on goals scored against of Leicester City.
“if you can see we need to go at them, a tiny bit guileless at times,” Warnock said.
“You know, we freeze a tad bit yet you can see there’s territories we need enhancing and I think in the event that we do that, hold tight and get the three or four bodies in January, I think we’ll have a considerable measure more robust team.”
At the same time while Warnock needs his team to be harder, he dismisses the thought that Campbell and whatever is left of his players did not do what’s necessary to bring Dowd’s consideration regarding the first-minute penalty opportunity.
“I was asked after the West Brom where Wilfried Zaha was tripped there by Craig Dawson however no penalty was given, but we ought to offer for punishments a ton more,” he said.
“We shouldn’t need to advance for punishments. On the off chance that someone kicks your shin and you go down, it ought to be given.
“So I don’t exactly comprehend that a piece of the game, in case I’m fair.”