Match reaction from the United wide man
Winger Matt Robson spoke to us about the weekend home defeat on Saturday.
He said: "It's never nice to be on the end of something like that.
"It's one of those where we have to hold our hands up and say we were out-played and out-battled. We have to apologise to the fans for that because it just isn't good enough."
"We had chances before they scored their two goals in either half but they have gone down the other end of the field and put it away," he added. "That deflated us a bit and we knew at half time that the next goal was going to be massively important.
"The goal they got after the break killed the game and it was a disappointing performance from us a whole."
"We know we have be better than that and we have to take our chances when we're on top," he told us. "I don't even think it's on our minds that we're getting our results away from home at the moment. It's just the way it's going for us.
"There's nothing we want more than to turn this into a fortress and we want to please the fans with the way we play. We know that home form is key and I can guarantee that it will come."
"We're creating enough chances to win games and, again, that's something which will come. Results like this are a learning curve for everybody and it's one where you have to analyse it without arguing about it. We win as a team and lose as a team and we have to make sure we bounce back.
"The good thing is that there's a game on Tuesday and we have to put right what went wrong in this one. This one will hurt for a few days yet and we will all have our different ways with getting to grips with it. I'll have a good think about what I can do better and try to get that right for myself.
"This one has gone, there's nothing we can do about it now, so we have to pick ourselves up and get on with it, starting with Bury. At the moment we're getting a win then losing a game and it's been proven that you can't go through a season like that. It just doesn't work. We need to be grinding out results and picking up points every week and we can only get that by being more solid.
"This is a difficult result for us to take because we weren't good enough. I don't think any player is happy when they have to admit that but we have to hold our hands up. In this case it's a fact.
"The gaffer can do whatever he wants now on Tuesday night. I'm not sure any of us could argue if he decided to drop us. We're in a situation where we have to start again and prove to him that we all want to be involved."
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