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Speed and inexperience are the most probable causes of the accident.
It is nothing to do with inexperience but with the use of drugs.
He said: "Yeah, I think we did lack a bit of luck in the first half of the season, but there was also inexperience from myself and the players.
He said: "I thought he played well again, he's coming on, but he just showed he's 27 but he's playing like a 22 or 23-year-old centre-half at times with his little bit of inexperience.
We were there in the game, it all boiled down again to inexperience,' said Perasol at Mall of Asia Arena.
Brake spokesman Joe Burns said: "Research shows that the combination of youth and inexperience puts younger drivers at high risk.
He stays well and should cope with this three miles, leaving the tacky ground and his inexperience the concerns.
But inexperience in such conditions isn't an excuse for what has been served up in Hyderabad," he further wrote.
Ghaziabad, October 09, 2011 (Frontier Star): The Indian Air Force on Saturday said most of the recent MiG-21 crashes have been caused due to inexperience of young pilots in handling the aircraft.
Ghaziabad, October 09, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Indian Air Force on Saturday said most of the recent MiG-21 crashes have been caused due to inexperience of young pilots in handling the aircraft.
The council management has been lazy and shown stupidity and inexperience," Dr Henley said.
Summary: Theo Walcott maintains Arsenal can no longer use inexperience as an excuse for failing to deliver when it matters most.