After watching the Ospreys surrender their half-time lead to suffer their first RaboDirect PRO12 defeat of the season at Firhill, Head Coach Sean Holley couldn't hide his disappointment.
Speaking shortly after the final whistle on Friday night, Holley said he was disappointed at the way the team’s performance dropped off at the break:
“We started off well and looked in good shape, deservedly getting on top on the scoreboard. We had two or three opportunities to put the game to bed even in that first half, but we didn’t take them.
“Despite that though, we were in a good position at half-time and were pretty positive. The message at the break was to build possession and territory but we failed to do that, we didn’t get enough time in their 22 to do anything.
“We became ill disciplined and that handed momentum to Glasgow. The yellow card proved costly and we just didn’t function in the important areas. We got what we deserved in the end and it was very disappointing.
“We’ve got some big games around the corner now that we need to focus on and work towards. If we show the right attitude and approach the coming weeks properly then this will prove to be just a blip.
“The whole squad will be back together in training for the first time on Monday, that will give everybody a lift, and we’ll work hard towards the Scarlets at the Liberty Stadium next Saturday night and then the Heineken Cup beyond that."