Ismael: We need to switch on again
The Football League Paper|May 02, 2021
VALERIEN Ismael de-manded an immediate reaction from Barnsley after their play-off momentum stalled with defeat to a Preston side inspired by Jordan Storey.
Thomas Williams

The Tykes have already sealed a top-six spot but missed the chance to climb the table and saw a run of four wins in five games end with a sloppy display at Deepdale.

“We didn’t put in the performance we wanted and it’s a big disappointment,” said the Oakwell boss.

“It’s a typical case that when we reach our goal last week the pressure came down and we need to raise that.

“It’s a warning for everyone that we need to refocus and come back to our strength and intensity.

“(The goals) show it was a concentration problem, t seems that the guys switched off this afternoon which I guess is a normal human process.

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