Date: 17th December 2013 at 11:56pm
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Captain Abu Ogogo has said that everyone was desperately disappointed to see us lose the game against Oxford in the manner that we did.

A goal in the dying moments of the game tore away what could’ve been considered a very lucky point in the first place, but having gone through almost the entire game having got ourselves back into it to then suffer a defeat like that was galling.

Speaking to the Official Site following the match though, the skipper didn’t hide his overall disappointment at our own performance levels within the game.

‘I was very disappointed with the result, I don’t feel we turned up but we went in to the break at 1-1 even though we didn’t play too well. It was hard to take conceding in the last minute and very disappointing.’

The parts of the game we have to improve on are clear to everyone and Ogogo talks about us having to keep the ball much better than we did last weekend, and that we have to be more patient when we are in possession so that we don’t rush things and needlessly give it back to the opposition – relax and pass it around more to keep in control is the message coming from the skipper.

And that’s exactly the response he wants to see when we face Torquay in our next match, and if we get back to playing exactly how we know we can do, although that will be another tough game, he’s confident we can help ourselves to another three points and put this match behind us.

Ogogo ended his interview by again praising the forward players we have at the club as the records show we have only not scored in one league game so far this campaign, and that will always give us a chance even when we aren’t playing well.