Date: 17th August 2008 at 9:51am
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Colin Calderwood says he was pleased with the teams performance away at Swansea on Saturday, despite the 3-1 defeat.

Talking to the official site, he said. ‘It was an excellent game of football, but Swansea were brighter and better in possession than us in the first half. We found our way through them, but they had more opportunities. We gave the ball away needlessly on occasions, but we quelled that in the second half and it was a much more even game.’

He wasn’t happy with the refereeing decision that gave the Swans a penalty and said it changed the game. It was a dubious decision and helped flatter the scoreline.

That said, we lost and it’s time to regroup as the manager says and prepare for the visit of Watford. That’s another tough game, but then again, they all are in this division.