Vital Football

Latest Hartlepool United News

Cooper - Result Wasn't The Best

Cooper - Result Wasn't The Best

Manager Colin Cooper has said that our recent friendly loss to Whitby Town was still a productive run out for the team but he was obviously left disappointed with the final result as went down two one at the Turnbull Ground.

Speaking to the Official Site following the game, the gaffer explained that he thought the team he selected should've been more than good value to pick up the pre season win, so on that score he was left disappointed at the full time whistle but he wasn't too disheartened as he feels there were still plenty of positives.

'I thought it was a good exercise and I thought it was a good game. Whitby's winning goal was disappointing from our point of view obviously but I also thought there were some encouraging bits from young Connor Smith and Lewis Hawkins - those two in particular were good. The disappointment is that we haven't beaten Whitby of the Northern League so you have to look at that, as much as I'll stand here and say it's about minutes under the belt, it's a game that we should be comfortably winning that we haven't.'

Cooper goes on to say that he was looking forward to seeing some of our training pitch work come to the fore and that did happen for spells of the game which pleased him, but clearly as we didn't do that well at other points, there is still work to be done before the season kicks off properly.

This site is looking for bloggers, so if a fan can offer us a genuine opinion from someone that supports them we would love to share it with the masses!

To email your own unique article/blog for publishing
***CLICK HERE***

Join The Vital Debate

Win FREE pizza with Vital Football!
Select your team and get 50% off if they score twice.
www.papajohns.co.uk/football



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Tuesday July 29 2014
Time: 3:39PM

Comments

0
If I was cooper I'd be more then just a bit disappointed, we had 7 first team players in that squad, and the rest is our resv squad a back up when the injurys kick in these players will be need. Let's all so not forget we only just managed to beat Bradford PA, a billingham despite the score, let's forget last season they could not even get a team together most of the time. This is a poor a small squad, and the way things look I'll be happy to finish 22nd at the moment a stay up
Pooliemikel
29/07/2014 18:46:00
0
It'll need some transformation for much else than League 2 survival at the moment I'd have to agree if I'm honest.
Monkey Hanger 1908
31/07/2014 08:13:00
Page 1/1
  1. 1

Login to post a comment

Recent Hartlepool United Articles

League 2 - Plymouth v Hartlepool

The League 2 season concludes with weekend games, with all played on Saturday. Among this schedule is a game for Hartlepool against Plymouth at Home Park.

Match Day Officials v Plymouth (7/5/16)

The Football League have now announced the Match Day officials that will take charge of the game against Plymouth Argyle this weekend.

A Vital Challenge - Ben Nevis To Face The Fear

Vitalfootball.co.uk co-owner Jonathan Fear is pushing himself to the limit in order to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis.

Hartlepool United v Portsmouth. April 30th 2016

Losing, like winning can be habit forming and one of the two reasons we lost was due to the last three defeats, which we suffered while the manager was looking at the squad.

Archived Vital Hartlepool Articles

Vital Hartlepool articles from

Site Journalists

VitalPoolie
no email
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

Plymouth v Hartlepool
Suggested By:
Hartlepool win0%
Plymouth win0%
Draw100%

League Table

# Team P W D L Pts. GD
C Northampton 45 28 12 5 96 35
2 Accrington 45 24 12 9 84 26
3 Oxford 45 23 14 8 83 40
4 Bristol Rovers 45 25 7 13 82 30
5 Portsmouth 45 21 15 9 78 32
6 Plymouth 45 23 9 13 78 21
7 Wimbledon 45 20 12 13 72 13
8 Cambridge 45 18 13 14 67 11
9 Leyton Orient 45 18 12 15 66 -2
10 Wycombe 45 17 13 15 64 4
11 Exeter 45 17 13 15 64 1
12 Carlisle 45 16 16 13 64 0
13 Mansfield 45 17 12 16 63 8
14 Luton 45 18 9 18 63 -1
15 Barnet 45 16 11 18 59 -4
16 Hartlepool 45 15 6 24 51 -18
17 Notts County 45 14 9 22 51 -24
18 Yeovil 45 11 15 19 48 -15
19 Stevenage 45 11 14 20 47 -15
20 Crawley 45 13 8 24 47 -30
21 Morecambe 45 12 9 24 45 -22
22 Newport 45 10 13 22 43 -20
R Dag & Red 45 8 10 27 34 -34
R York 45 7 12 26 33 -36
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News

Recent Hartlepool United Results (view all)

Hartlepool United Fixtures (view all)

May 7 2016 3:00PM : Plymouth Argyle (a)
Sky Bet League Two

Vital Members League Table

RankNamePoints
1.Old Poolie8
2.Block Sands5
3.Smokin Joe4
4.Owenhpool4
5.johnjo 19403
6.Alfalfa3
7.PooliePoolie2
8.pooleboot2
9.minesapint2
10.Docker on log2