Points Not Possession Is What Counts
Updated Tuesday, 5th May 2009
Possession may be 9/10 of the law but Casbo Laszlo wants to turn that advantage into goals on Thursday.
Striker Mike Tullberg was also disappointed that Hearts came away from Glasgow with nothing to show for their efforts. The Dane said: "It was quite disappointing as I thought we played quite well. I think we can be satisfied with our performance and I thought we should have got a point. We were a bit unlucky to lose a goal right before half-time but we didn't show enough concentration for the corner. We were a bit unlucky not to be a goal up at half-time. I had a chance after three minutes, Bruno (Aguiar) had a chance, (Christos) Karipidis had a header and I don't think they created anything and then they scored."
Sunday saw Tullberg made only his second start for Hearts after most of his season was ruined by a thigh problem. The on-loan Reggina forward's future beyond the summer is uncertain but for the moment he only focusing on helping Hearts secure third place in the final SPL table. They lead Dundee United by two points and hope to keep it that way at least. Tullberg said: "I just try to take each week as it comes. This was my second start in 15 months and I know that I am not at the top of my game and I have to get better and better each week. If the gaffer needs me then I will try to do my best."
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