West Brom boss Carlos Coberan calls for 'consistent levels' after goalless draw with Millwall
Albion boss Carlos Corberan admits his team need to find a more consistent level during the full 90 minutes after a goalless draw against Millwall made it a hat trick of stalemates this week.
The Baggies were indebted to Alex Palmer for a first half penalty save to deny Zian Flemming but were much the better side after the break, both Alex Mowatt and Brandon Thomas-Asante seeing efforts come back off the woodwork.
But the Head Coach, off the back of draws on the road at Bristol City and Watford, is looking for his team to be better for longer, to try and make the most of their moments of promise.
“There was a lot of work done in this week, and at the end we could only achieve three points from three games,” he says.
“If you analyse the week, we couldn’t keep the same level in one half of the game to the other, and in the Championship, to make an excellent 45 or 50 minutes is not enough.
“It doesn't mean that, if we play well for a full game, that will always be enough because the key is to be clinical in front of goal.