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Boss Mlinar unhappy as Millwall Lionesses slip to defeat at Yeovil

20 July 2015

"It just wasn't a Millwall performance," says Dan

Millwall Lionesses boss Dan Mlinar said his side got what they deserved after falling to a 1-0 defeat at Yeovil Town on Sunday.

Natasha Knapman headed the game's only goal after 21 minutes in front of a record crowd at Huish Park.

Fliss Gibbons had a chance to equalise during the second-half only to be denied by a last-ditch tackle, leaving the Lionesses cursing their luck after a fourth loss in a row.

"We got what we deserved," Mlinar said. "We were pathetic in the first-half and I don't think that is even too harsh a word.

"We lacked heart, we lacked grit, we lacked determination; it just wasn't a Millwall performance.

"As a club we are all about effort and hard work but we had none of that in the first-half.

"In the second-half we got a foothold in the game without ever really creating anything ourselves."

Millwall Lionesses: Quantrill; Cowan, Lennon, Cole, Strugnell; Hincks, Carlton, Goss (Butler, 52'); Bilson (Sherwood, 68'), Gibbons, Baaijide (Ali, 41')

Subs not used: Gibbs, Maple, Fisk, McKeag

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