Date: 22nd September 2011 at 7:10pm
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The result at Bath, as we`re all aware, put us top of the league.

On being told the news, the Town manager, Gary Brabin, dismissed such talk simply stating,

“I`m not looking at league tables yet.”

“Leagues aren`t won and lost after 10-12 games. We`ve just got to look at ourselves and learn from this because it`s just criminal some of the goals we`ve conceded this season.”


Reading between the lines, it also looks as if he rued the two lost points courtesy of Bath getting an equalizer when down to ten men, remarking,

“Second half, it kills me to say it, but I thought they worked harder than us.”

“We played some good football, possession wise we probably had 70 per cent of the possession.”

“They fought and scrapped and defended like their lives depended on it. They chased and harried all over the park. We`ve made a mistake; they`ve gone and scored from it. We`re absolutely gutted. In the changing room I`ve told the lads what I think. I know they`re disappointed as well, because I think we`ve certainly done enough.”


With two games in quick succession coming up, Brabin will be keen for his side to iron out the errors as we face York this Saturday and Cambridge in midweek.

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