City boss on defeat at Palace Coventry City manager Aidy Boothroyd felt that the decisions which led to both goals cost his side something from the trip to Crystal Palace.Speaking to the Press Association after the match, the City boss said: "There is a ball bouncing and you hit it as hard as you can against him or go into a tackle. "He hasn't got it in him to hit a backpass with his right foot from there."I have the hindsight of video. "At the time I didn't think it was a backpass and I definitely didn't think it was a penalty."The contact was outside the area and Vaughan has gone to ground. He was the most surprised person in the ground when it was given a penalty."But rather than complaining we should look at ourselves, we let the decisions affect us and didn't respond in the right manner.I thought we played really well. We set out with what we wanted to do. Our reaction, myself included, has cost us the game."It's been a rubbish week but that is part of getting better. It's about getting on with it."-->Picture copyright of Covsupport News Service.