Date: 3rd March 2014 at 10:13pm
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First team coach Darren Currie has admitted that we started the game slowly against Mansfield Town, but by the end of 90 minutes he feels we could’ve comfortably by two or three goals had we been more clinical with our chances in the game.

Speaking to the Official Site following the game, he explained.

‘I thought we started a bit nervous, a bit edgy and we gave them the opportunity to impose what they’re about. We spoke about not giving away cheap free kicks or allowing them to put balls in. I think we did do that in the first 15 minutes and gave them the belief.’

Currie goes on to say that starting with Azeez, Norris and Murphy it was a statement that we wanted to impose ourselves on them and was also to try and combat what they were going to do in the game, and despite that slow start, he felt we grew into the game and ultimately were unlucky not to have come out with the win.

‘On another occasion we could be sitting here and I could be telling you about two, three, four goals they’ve scored as they had some very good opportunities.’

Coming away with only a point though was a disappointment for the first team coach as he knows what a win would’ve done for everyone given our recent home form, but in some ways it does draw a line under the Plymouth loss and give us something to build on again now which has to be the plan moving forward.