No complaints from Glovers boss
Simeon Jackson's 10th-minute penalty handed Mark Stimson's side victory and Yeovil's misery was compounded when Jean-Paul Kalala was sent off for a second bookable offence with 11 minutes remaining. Skiverton said: "We could have been three or four down by half-time and we just didn't deal with them. It was just one of those games where you have to say fair play to them. "I had to make a change early on to bring Sam Williams on because I wasn't happy with the way we were playing. "At home we seem to play really good football and I was disappointed we didn't show any bravery out there. "We had a couple of chances at the end, but it would have been an undeserved draw and we'll move on."
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