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Portsmouth boss Adams finds "positives" after Bristol City stalemate

Portsmouth boss Tony Adams was calm after their 0-0 draw with FA Cup opponents Bristol City.

Adams said: "I take plenty of positives from this game because the important thing for me was a clean sheet.

"We've been committing suicide in matches recently, getting beaten three and four-one because we have bombed forward trying to win them.

"But last week at Arsenal we showed we can be difficult to beat and I thought the same system of play and the same players deserved another go today.

"We had enough chances to win the game today but City are a good side, well organised by Gary Johnson and we had some close calls against five Championship sides in the FA Cup last season."

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