Date: 24th November 2013 at 5:22pm
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Manager Alan Knill has been left disappointed again following yesterday’s loss to Accrington Stanley because at the very least he thought we should’ve taken a share of the spoils.

Speaking to the Official Site following the two one loss, spirits were raised when Paul McCallum gave us the early lead after only 14 minutes of the game, but unfortunate we then conceded a goal in each half for them to take all three points on the day.

As referenced, the disappointing thing for Knill was that he believed a point was the least we deserved because of the course of the 90 minutes he believed we actually did enough to have warranted all three points on the day.

‘We’re all disappointed. The positive is the performance was a whole lot better than last week and we can try to build on that, but we keep saying this. We have to start taking points because it’s all about winning.’

The gaffer did have praise for McCallum saying that he was a handful all day long for Accrington and he’s the type of player you just expect to score but this time he came out with a really good finish to boot but unfortunately it just wasn’t enough for us.

The key was to go on and get the second goal and give them a real mountain to climb but we failed to do that and then allowed them to get back into it, and after they took the lead despite having chances, we just couldn’t put the all important leveller away.

Knill also says that when their equaliser went in even he began to think ‘here we go again’ and he knows we just need that little bit of luck at the moment so he’s hoping that will come next Tuesday when we play Plymouth in the mid week match.

We are now on back to back losses, so let’s hope we can do enough to at least bring that run to an end and if we can’t pick up the win at least pick up the point.