Harry told Pompey Pages:
‘I told them in the dressing-room that you can’t win games unless you all do your jobs.
‘We give them all jobs to do. We write up on the board who they’re meant to be picking up, particularly from set-pieces. You tell then 20, 50, 100 times. They all know who they’re marking.
‘For Villa’s goal we didn’t pick up a corner. Baros is stood completely unmarked at the back post. It was poor marking. Andy Griffin didn’t pick him up. It was his man. But it’s about the whole team, not one person.
‘Our other problem is that we can’t score.’
‘It’s between four clubs for one remaining place now. It’s going to be very difficult to catch West Brom and Birmingham. But it’s not all over yet.’
Do you blame the defence or attack more?