Date: 27th October 2014 at 8:57pm
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Manager Wayne Burnett has said he was pretty happy with a point from the game against Wycombe Wanderers last weekend, but he does feel we had done enough in the game to have come out with all three.

Speaking to the Official Site following full time, Burnett said it wasn’t an ‘attractive’ match by any stretch but it was a good, gritty showing from the team.

‘It was a very gritty performance and it wasn’t an attractive spectacle at times. We showed good character and good determination, it was pleasing to get the point, but I was disappointed not to come away with all three after taking the lead.’

Burnett goes on to say another frustration from the day for him was seeing us concede the leveller late on again and he knows this season is turning into a bit of a ‘rollercoaster of emotions’ and everybody was disappointed in the dressing room afterwards because they know they let their concentration slip again and we’ve been punished for it again.

‘Three points were needed really, we’ve gone to a tough place who have got some momentum and it’s probably a decent point.’

One boost for the manager though is that Rhys Murphy has been in training and was due to return in the Essex Senior Cup and get a run out and the gaffer is delighted to see how he does because he knows he would ‘enhance’ any team and we’ve obviously been missing him during his injury.