JED STEER says Huddersfield Town will carry on playing the ball out from the back – even though it cost them an early goal against Fulham.
Jonathan Hogg’s misplaced pass allowed striker Ross McCormack to fire the Londoners ahead just 90 seconds into the Championship clash at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Town fought back to force a 1-1 draw thanks to skipper Mark Hudson’s second goal in as many games.
“Conceding that goal was a blow, but we will keep playing out from the back. It’s one of the things the manager wants us to do,” said Steer.
“It will occasionally go wrong, but more often than not it comes off.
“No blame is attached to Hoggy, all players put passes astray from time to time.
“Unfortunately it went straight to a very good striker.
“It was a good finish, I tried my best to make him make the wrong decision but he slotted it in.
“But the reaction we showed was good. We stuck to our methods and scored with a good set-piece.
“If you don’t win you try to make sure you don’t lose so we’ll take the point.”