Rovers boss rues poor defending
On-loan striker Chris Dickson put Rovers in front but substitute Jonathan Obika equalised with his first touch and Terrell Forbes netted the winner. He said: "We feel a bit robbed. We started brightly and should have been one or two up at the break. "Our passing was progressive and we put them under pressure. Then we began the second-half with a well taken goal and thought we would draw them out and create more chances. "The following period was very disappointing. We gave away too many free-kicks and a combination of good delivery, the strong wind and poor defending led to us losing. "It was a game we should have controlled, but the two goals we conceded were very poor."
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