Left winger Michael McIndoe talked to BBC Radio Bristol following Saturday's 1-1 draw at Woking.
Macca expressed his annoyance not only in the result, but in the manner that the Glovers played, admitting: "It was a very big disappointment, and we didn't play very well at all. We didn't get out of the blocks early on, we gave them a lot of chances and to be honest with you, I think we did well to get the draw. The other night at Halifax we created a lot of chances and deserved to win the game. But here we didn't create a lot of chances, and we barely deserved to get a draw. Compaared to our usual standards that we've set for ourselves, that was nowhere near our best. Individual performances were just not good enough."
The Glovers conceded their goal at Kingfield to a set-piece and Macca added: "Recently we've been giving a lot more set plays away. I don't know why that is, but we're going to have to put a stop to it straight away. We're a little bit disappointed with the draw, as we go out to win every game. But we're more disappointed at the level of chances we've created today as we normally create 20 or 30 chances every game. Today we must have created five at the most. We did well with ten men, but we don't want to be going down to ten men. Our indiscipline has cost us a bit today. Adam has apologised to the boys - he's good as gold over things like that. I've done it myself, so I know how he feels."
With the Glovers still undefeated during 2003, McIndoe still believed that the team could right things against Leigh RMI (tonight) and said: "But we'll bounce back from this, believe me. We did well and worked hard with ten men, and were even looking to score with ten men. We want to score goals and it's disappointing when you only score one. I'm looking forward to Tuesday night. We've got a lot of people to prove wrong, as there have been a lot of fans that have travelled today and they've seen a disappointing performance. I don't think you'd even see that number of supporters travelling with a Second or Third Division club, especially as it is a couple of hours to get there, and that after Tuesday night when there were a large number there as well. As far as I am concerned I can't wait to get round to Tuesday night's game to put a disappointing performance behind us. It could be a blessing in disguise - a little kick up the arse for us for ourselves - we'll bounce back on Tuesday."
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