A lack of zest in the final third would have been a theme of Mc Innes’ half-time team talk.Course offerings include: Japanese I (JAPN–1411), Japanese II (JAPN–1412), Japanese III (JAPN–2311), and JAPN IV (JAPN–2312) To be eligible to enroll in a language class beyond JAPN–1411, you must meet that course’s prerequisite.An instantly forgettable first half concluded with Mc Ginn going for glory after surging up the middle.
While Niall’s importance is clear, it doesn’t allow for the below-par performance.“In cup football it is all about getting through and the only positive we can take from this game is the fact we have gone through.
He said: “Niall is a huge player for us, but I have an obligation to look after him for the whole season.
You could maybe say we should be good enough to come here with a two-goal lead and go through without Niall. But the boy hasn’t had a break for three years and I have a responsibility to look after Niall for the whole season, not just for now.
Fola deserved more from tonight as I thought they were excellent.
They were determined, confident and energetic, everything that was lacking from our performance and I need to take responsibility for that.”Mc Innes had vowed his side would go all out to kill the tie off early but, in a temperature of 25 degrees at kick-off, they came perilously close to going a goal down inside the opening two minutes, when Stefano Bensi tried an audacious lob from just over the halfway line that had Joe Lewis scrambling back and the ball only just missed the target by inches.