Leeds United ace Snodgrass aiming to bounce back from Nottingham Forest disaster

Leeds United captain Robert Snodgrass is determined to swiftly bounce back to form following Tuesday’s disastrous 7-3 home loss to Nottingham Forest.

The Scottish winger admits the result was a bit of a head scratcher but wants to quickly forget it when the Whites head to Millwall this weekend.

"To concede seven is unbelievable. Many people were pulling their hair out and wondering how that happened. As we've said many times we're Leeds United and we seem to do it the hard way,” he told the club’s official website.

"Conceding seven in a game isn't on and we need to be better than that. This is a team that have kept clean sheets in good places, yet in front of 20-odd thousand supporters behind us we couldn't do it.

"It was a great chance for us to keep in touch with the pack. Everyone was kicking themselves after we got it back to three each, but the boy goes on and puts in the top corner from an unbelievable angle.

"Everything they hit went in. It was very frustrating as a footballer and I can't imagine how the fans felt. But we have to move on now.

"It'll be a battle at Millwall on Saturday, it always is down there, but we need to roll our sleeves up and stand up and be counted."

 
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