Bournemouth manager Scott Parker has admitted that Sunday’s FA Cup loss to Boreham Wood is one of his lowest moments in football.
The non-league side caused a huge shock by beating Bournemouth to reach the fifth-round.
When asked if this defeat ranks among his lowest moments in football, Parker told the Daily Echo: “Yeah definitely, a million per cent, it’s right up there.
“I’m hugely hurt and disappointed. I’ve been involved around football for a long time.
“We all know the magic of the FA Cup and what that brings.
“But I don’t want to be sitting here on the end of that. That’s the cold, hard facts.
“I don’t want to be on the end of a giant-killing, as magic as it is.
“I wanted to be here tonight and put a performance in and win the game. We’ve not managed to do that.
“Sometimes you have to take your medicine. Tonight we have to take our medicine and I have to take mine.
“We have to make sure we react. That’s my job between now and Wednesday night.”
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