Hartlepool United’s Paul Murray says ‘individual errors’ contributed to Charlton Athletic defeat

Paul Murray twists away from the Charlton captain. Picture by FRANK REID
Paul Murray twists away from the Charlton captain. Picture by FRANK REID

PAUL Murray admits Hartlepool United have “no chance” of winning football matches when “individual errors” are undermining their progress.

Charlton put four past Pools on Saturday to condemn Mick Wadsworth’s men to a fifth defeat in six outings.

That means Murray and co have now conceded 14 times in just five matches and the straight-talking midfielder insists that’s simply not good enough.

“I’ve said before about individual errors and that’s exactly what it is again,” he told SportMail today.

“You’ve got no chance when that’s happening.

“It’s just not good enough. We did it against Tranmere during the week, conceding within a minute of the second half and that killed us.

“You can’t get a foothold in the game.”

Read more of Paul Murray’s comments in today’s Sportmail.