Pascal Plancque (coach of Nîmes, beaten in Lens and 19th in Ligue 1): “I don’t have the feeling that I lost one point but three. We create situations for ourselves but there was always a bad choice, technical waste. There is also a lack of collective intelligence because it’s been two Sundays in a row that we have the numerical superiority and the game in hand and that we relax. We don’t learn from our mistakes, that’s what’s most annoying. There are only four more chances to take points and, in our situation, to do that is not acceptable.
Playing maintenance is tiring for the players so there may be a lack of serenity but, once we have come back, I do not understand that we can give the opponent the opportunity to punish us like that. We will continue to work but we are not going to take a rabbit out of our hat, we do what we can with our weapons but each time we are not there. We must become aware of the fact that we have no room in all areas. The day we loose on a detail or a marking, we pay for it. Now let’s see what the players have deep in their guts. “