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The performance was good last week when we lost and conceded three, the performance was poor today and we have conceded three, that is the difference.
LOUIS VAV NGAAL says he is completely happy with his defence despite the amount of goals conceded by Manchester United so far this season.
VVWOLVEs have won their last nine matches by an aggregate 25-2 VVTEN of Southampton's 11 Premier League wins this season have been to nil VVSHEFFIELD United have conceded one goal in their last ten matches VVSWINDON have kept one clean sheet in their last 18 League One fixtures VVSOUTHEND remain in the League Two play-off positions but they are now winless in ten matches VVTOTTENHAM have conceded 22 times in five matches against top-four teams this season VVWEST Ham have conceded two goals in their last six league games VVONLY ten of Brighton's 34 Championship fixtures this term have produced over 2.
Last week I was angry with the goals we conceded at Crewe and I was about the two we conceded today.
Sunderland have conceded goals in the 10 minutes before half-time in each of their last four games - and against West Brom and Manchester City they have conceded two in the space of a couple of minutes just before the break.
Charles conceded his team was ``a yard behind'' throughout the lopsided game but attributed much of it to fatigue from a punishing schedule that included a 120-minute game Saturday night.
Days earlier Wimbledon had conceded five goals in a Premier League defeat at Sheffield Wednesday.
But of equal concern is the nature of the goals they have conceded and how they have reacted to falling behind.
The young Reds were beaten 4-1 by Middlesbrough last weekend and conceded goals which did not fit in with their usually tough backline record.
The winger believes Neil Lennon (inset) and Celtic have learned lessons from their last two seasons in Europe, where they conceded goals at Parkhead to Braga, Dinamo Moscow, Arsenal, Rapid Vienna and Hamburg.
CARLO ANCELOTTI has conceded his title-chasing side need to improve their defending from set-pieces after Hull counterpart Phil Brown identified the issue as Chelsea's "achilles heel".
Villa conceded 51 goals last season, more than any other side in the top half of the table apart from Manchester City.