Date: 16th September 2014 at 6:55pm
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Manager Lee Johnson has said he couldn’t fault the efforts of the players in last weekend’s draw against Gillingham but he came away at full time feeling like it was two points dropped rather than a point gained.

Having registered so many efforts on goal, the gaffer was disappointed not to see us break the deadlock, but speaking to the Official Site he admitted that despite the frustration there were plenty of positives, and he was pleased to see us pick up another clean sheet.

What we need to do now is be sharper and more clinical in front of goal but keep our defensively solidarity this good.

‘I thought we were outstanding outside the box and I thought we controlled the game. I heard we had 77% possession throughout the game and I thought the final ball and finish was out. I’m really frustrated like everybody. I thought my back four and midfield were fantastic but I don’t think my front four and subs were dangerous enough on the day.’

He goes on to say that it’s still ‘early days’ in the league though and we haven’t had a bad start by any means, and we are proving ourselves to be a decent side but it’s now the fine margins we need to hone to make the most of our time on top in games and make those times result in goals and wins.

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