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Jones happy - but admits slow start cost Albion
Nathan Jones admitted a slow start cost Albion today.
But the Seagulls’ assistant head coach was happy with a point and a return to the top six.
Bruno struck on 83 minutes to cancel out Oliver Norwood’s sixth-minute free-kick and secure a 1-1 draw at Huddersfield.
Meanwhile Reading and Bournemouth both lost.
Jones said: “First of all we are delighted with a point in the end because of other results which have pushed us back into sixth place, which we are pleased about.
“It was a difficult game. We knew it would be a difficullt game with them fighting for their lives.
“They have got good players, very good players. They are in a bit of a false position if I’m honest, “We didn’t start the game very well and that’s the thing that killed us really.
“For the first five, six, seven minutes we didn’t really come out of the blocks.
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