Leicester city coach Claude Puel has told his players to improve on their game management following their loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers on saturday.
The loss at Wolverhampton Wanderers have increased Leicester city’s loosing streak to three matches with two in the Premier League and the other against Newport in the Emirates FA cup.
The loss has mounted pressure on the coach. He however said the players must learn to maintain their quality in every match.
Loosing two straight Premier League games has raised concerns among some club supporters even as some called for his sack.
“We have had a difficult game, but interesting
also,” said the manager. “We had a different
feeling – positive and negative. Negative first, as
we conceded two goals in the first 15 minutes.
It’s crazy, and not the first time.”
Despite the loss, the coach still believes his players are improving but still need to do more on their game management and after coming back from behind, the coach insisted they should have known the game better.
The foxes failed to get a good result in their previous Premier League match against Southampton at home after they were outclassed by their visitors.
Puel stated that the team need positive mindsect for the rest of the season fixtures.
The foxes will face more tough games in the Premier League as there next three match are againts Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham.