“It was tough work and we expected nothing less, Sport is all about confidence and psychology, Maidenhead scoring first puts more pressure on us. The longer the game goes on, the more the pressure builds. Understandably, they start taking a long time at goal-kicks and throw-ins and we get a little bit more frustrated."
"At half-time, we said to the lads: 'Look, don't get frustrated, don't chase the clock. Keep playing and you'll get chances to get back in it. Icky got us a goal and from there it was plain sailing really."
“I thought we were on top before they went down to ten men. For an FA Cup tie, it had virtually everything.”
“It was good for Freddie to get a goal and it was a good confidence boost for him.” Warne added.
“The two outstanding performers were Dan Barlaser and Wilsey. It was like they had old heads on young shoulders.”
"With all due respect, I don't think my keeper made a save all day. They took their one chance really well. It was poor from us how we gave the ball away. They cut us open and scored.
"I always thought we were on top. I didn't like the idea of them having ten men. When ten men are holding on to a lead, it sort of makes them more gladiatorial.
"But, at the end of the day, the sending-off did pay dividends for us. We had fitter, stronger lads at the end."