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Gary McCann was unsure whether to be pleased or disappointed following the draw at Tonbridge Angels on Saturday.
"There were lots of highs and lots of lows - and our lows were individual errors for their goals."
"We didn't recover too well from going in at half-time drawing 2-2 and soon went down 3-2."
"But we could then have fallen away from there, and it says a lot about the squad that we didn't. I think the wake up call came when they had a great chance to make it 4-2 a couple of minutes later, but they didn’t play a three- or four-on-two opportunity well."
"However, we were very good in the last half-hour and, after we equalised, we took control again and it was they who were hanging on more for the final whistle.
"It was, once again, a performance that merited three points. In fact, both the performances against Hampton and Tonbridge deserved all three points.
"I am a firm believer that although the results are very important, if you look deeper and get your performances right, the results tend to follow. But we have been authors of our own misfortune for the errors which have cost us wins."