“You feel like you’ve let the fans down, you feel like you’ve let the badge down, the club,” Frecks said.
“You feel like you’re not good enough to play football, I suppose, when you lose a game like that. You feel embarrassed. We came out and believed we could get back into the game. On the balance of play in the first half - barring the two goals, which were down to mistakes - we were well and truly in the game."
“We said: ‘Come out for the second half, keep going, if it stays at 2-1 we’ve always got a chance of coming back.’ Whether it was a penalty or not, I’m not sure. It looked soft on the pitch. I’ve not seen it back. But you make the ref give a decision and it’s gone against us. We’re 3-1 down after half-time and it kind of kills all your momentum coming out for the second half.”