Head coach of Soccer Intellectuals, Robert Duncan, lamented about his side’s indiscipline and complacency during their match day three encounter against struggling Hasaacas Ladies.

Coach Robert Duncan’s side are still unbeaten in the ongoing special competition after recording a win and a draw prior to match day three against the Western giants, which finished in a scoreless draw.

In assessing the output of his side at the end of the goalless draw, coach Duncan said,

“Actually, I am highly disappointed in my team, that’s the only word I can use to describe my mood for the outcome of the game.”

When quizzed by NB Sports on the reason he described his team’s performance as disappointing, he said,

“We played badly, indiscipline caused this. In football if your players refuse to accept the language that you are giving to them, this is what happens. In one way or the other, if they are not to playing to instructions you will become disappointed.

“Because, they played well all along (in the competition) but today was a bad day. Though I agree football can go  either way. But for this I will say, indiscipline and complacency on the part of my players led to the draw.”

Coach Duncan and his ladies will have another opportunity on match day four to return to winning ways and maintain their unbeaten start to the tournament.