Bristol news Every word from Tomas Kalas on City's dire form and social media problems PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The captain fronted up to the press following the game and no punches were pulled as he addressed the abysmal results and performances on the pitch of late.

Bristol news Every word from Tomas Kalas on City's dire form and social media problems PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The captain fronted up to the press following the game and no punches were pulled as he addressed the abysmal results and performances on the pitch of late.

Bristol news  Every word from Tomas Kalas on City's dire form and social media problems PremierLeague-News.Com
21 February 2021 - 12:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Hi Tomas, shall we start with the game? Where did the game get away from Bristol City, because the match at Oakwell was pretty close? But they were dominant today? Well, it happened in our box when they scored a scrappy goal in our box. It’s difficult to say where it went wrong, obviously, it went wrong with us not creating enough chances. No corners, not many free-kicks, they had much more of that. Quite naturally it just came to them, and they scored one goal. It wasn’t a nice goal, but sometimes that decides the game, and unfortunately today that’s what happened. Read More Related Articles Bristol City 0-1 Barnsley: First Tykes win at Ashton Gate for 28 years What do you see as the main reason for Bristol City’s slide in form and the results recently? That’s now seven defeats in a row, and the team are slipping down the table. If I knew the answer to that question, I would tell the boys straight away to change it if it was that easy to pin-point one certain aspect that’s creating this situation which is getting quite serious. It’s not easy to answer and say, ‘yes this needs to change and we will change it.’ Miracles don’t happen overnight. But we know what might happen, or might help. With the confidence being low, that might be the answer to your question. It might be wrong, but I think if we get the confidence somehow through some result or even a performance, if we get the performance right I think we have enough quality to win the game. Maybe it will just take a good 45 minutes on the pitch where we can actually dominate a team on the pitch, but at the moment it’s not happening and most of the time we are just defending. Read More Related Articles Bristol City verdict: Relegation battle begins in earnest after Barnsley loss Read More Related Articles Every word Paul Simpson had to say on Bristol City defeat to Barnsley and injuries What’s it like in the dressing room at the moment, and how big a part are the injuries to the current situation? Well, I think we should stop talking about injuries as an excuse. When you’re playing without players who would normally play, I’m not trying to be disrespectful to players at the moment because they might have been playing anyway. But obviously, you’ve got seven-plus players per game injured. More so than would probably start, or be in the team so they could be helpful in their own way. It’s not an excuse anymore, it’s just a big problem and that’s it. But we have to do what we are supposed to do, which is to stay professional and do our job. And in this moment we are not doing that right. I’m sure it’s been a pretty emotional week for the club with Dean Holden obviously losing his job on Tuesday night. Can you sum up the last few days? Did you feel the head coach would lose his job if the team lost against Reading and how have things panned out since then? Well, I didn’t see it coming. Obviously, I’m trying to stay off of social media as much as I can because it’s loads of bo****ks happening there. But obviously, I think losing 6-0 at Watford didn’t help, and losing loads of games on the spin might be, or was asking for a change. Whether it was the right decision or not I will let you guys work that out, whether it was deserved or not. But you never want to see your manager leaving. It didn’t happen until my 26th birthday before, and since then I’ve seen two managers already leave. It’s not really nice to see it, and what can you say after that? You just have to stick together, stay professional, and do what you have to do. Read More Related Articles 'Bad day at the office' - Bristol City player ratings after defeat to Barnsley Read More Related Articles Steve Lansdown gives update on Bristol City's managerial search after Dean Holden decision What will you take away personally from your time working under Dean Holden, and how much responsibility do the players take for the current predicament that the club is in? He was always encouraging us to be the best version of ourselves. For me personally, feeling the support from him, that he trusts me implicitly in everything helped me. At the start of the season giving the captain’s armband didn’t change me, but it gave me confidence that he sees something in me, that I can lead the team on the pitch. I don’t know if I’m doing it right or wrong. Again, that’s a question for the public, and for you guys, but I’m trying my best. He’s the type of person that is trying to get the best out of every player in his own way.

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. He’s always going to find a way, how to talk to each player. And he did that. Whether it was enough or not, with him leaving it probably wasn’t. But he always stuck to what he believed, and it’s why he was so respected by the boys. You said there you are staying off of social media, is that right, you don’t go on there at the moment? What are your words to the fans at the moment? Obviously, I’m trying to not interact with people. Sometimes it happens that I just can’t hold myself back. I think the less I say, the fewer problems I’ll create because I don’t want to go into a conversation. You don’t see as much as we do. I’m not saying you personally, I’m saying people who are sitting behind Facebook, or Instagram and just comment on statistics, and whatever is happening. Obviously, they’ve got the right to do it. It’s been like that, and it will be like that. Antoine Semenyo of Bristol City (Image: Rogan/JMP) But sometimes it’s difficult to hold yourself back and not say anything. I might read something but I’ll just try to forget about it because sometimes what I’m seeing is just ridiculous. Tomas, you talk about being captain and the responsibility you feel. That must be weighing heavily on your shoulders at the moment? It is, it is. I’m saying the same as everyone else, I’m trying to put the best version of myself on the pitch, whether that’s enough or not. Obviously, at the moment it’s not enough. But I’m trying to take that burden off of my shoulders, because yes I’m the captain, yes I’m wearing the armband, but somebody has to. I believe that I’ve got around me more experienced players than I am who could easily be captain and it doesn’t mean because I am wearing the armband, that no one else can speak, or no one else can have a word with anyone, or just criticise anyone in the right way or the other way round and support everyone. I’ve got quite a lot of players that are helping me with carrying that burden, and therefore we just need to stick together and don’t put it too much on ourselves. Because the responsibility is there and it’s always been there. Nothing has changed. Bristol City top stories City tie up deal for young star Every word from Dean Holden City target Villa midfielder Radrada out until April The results just aren’t right. But it didn’t happen over one month that we just became s**t players. It’s hard to believe that it could happen. It is within us, we just have to get it out of us. And when you look around the changing room, do you feel like your teammates are pulling in the same direction as you, and following you into battle? I’d like to think so. Obviously, if it doesn’t go somebody's way, that can happen. It shouldn’t be happening too often. I still believe, and I have always believed in every player in a dressing room when they believe in themselves and put the hardship together with it, we should be winning the games. Or getting the results. Like I said at the start, maybe with confidence when something isn’t going your way, you just start doubting yourself, and that might be my responsibility to pick them up and say - ‘looking, you’re not a s**t player. Stop talking about yourself in a negative way and actually find a positive thing that you can build your performance on.’

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