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No complaints from Keane

PUBLISHED: 14:29 30 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:46 06 July 2010

IPSWICH Town boss Roy Keane admitted that he had “no complaints with the result” following his side's 1-1 home draw against 10-man Preston.

The visitors broke the deadlock after just 12 minutes, through Ross Wallace, before Town struck just before half-time.

IPSWICH Town boss Roy Keane admitted that he had “no complaints with the result” following his side's 1-1 home draw against 10-man Preston.

The visitors broke the deadlock after just 12 minutes, through Ross Wallace, before Town struck just before half-time.

Callum Davidson was adjudged to have handled Liam Trotter's goal-bound shot inside the six-yard box, and so was dismissed. Although Preston keeper Andy Lonergan blocked the ensuing penalty from Jon Walters, the Town winger followed up to bury the rebound.

Keane said: “We huffed and puffed in the second half, but I have no complaints about the result.

“If anything, they looked more dangerous than us on the break. You could say that it's frustrating. You could throw that word in the mix, but then there's always things to be frustrated about in football.

“At the moment, we are in no position to just think we can turn up and win matches!

“I could not ask for anymore from my players, but I am desperately trying to add to the squad. Realistically, I'd like to bring in four players before the deadline, but you don't always get what you want in life,” added Keane.

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