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Dicker admits Albion were simply not good enough
Gary Dicker has admitted Albion were just not good enough at Burnley.
The 1-0 setback to their Championship play-off hopes at Turf Moor overshadowed Dicker’s comeback from a broken leg.
The Irish midfielder, back in the side for the first time since October, said: “You want to come back and try to win the game.
“I’m just happy to play obviously but the result is more important than me coming back into the team so I’m disappointed. I don’t think it was good enough.”
Dicker absolved the defence from blame as the Seagulls damaging winless away run stretched to five matches.
He said: “It’s hard for the boys at the back. I don’t think they (Burnley) created much but the one chance they had they scored.
“It’s tough for them, especially if we are not scoring at the other end. I just don’t think we were good enough. I don’t think we created enough and when we did we still didn’t take our chances.
“It was massive game for us, I think everybody knew that. We are all kind of down but we’ve got another game on Tuesday (Reading home) so we can’t sit around and feel sorry for ourselves. We’ve got to win on Tuesday.”