United boss Steven Pressley gave us more reaction to what was a disappointing performance at Swindon on Saturday.
“As I’ve said, I think the result was a fair one,” he commented. “I don’t think over the course of the 90 minutes we deserved to take any points. In the opening period of the game we endured some difficult moments and we showed courage to get through that, which was a pleasing sign.
“I thought our decision making in possession was the most disappointing aspect. We work hard at the way we play, and we work hard to build the play, but at times I thought we turned down good passes and made some strange decisions.
“But we showed courage in the first half because it was an onslaught, and they had their home fans behind them, so we stood up to that really well.”
“What we have to remember is that this is a building process for us and we’re a brand new team,” he added. “The things I wasn’t pleased with can all be worked on when we get back on the training pitch.
“We had a really good performance and result against Crawley, but we didn’t manage to follow it up, so we’ll analyse it and make sure we continue to improve. We’ve brought in a lot of players, I like the group, but it may not happen overnight. We’ll keep working on it and eventually they’ll become a team our supporters will be proud of.
“The one thing I do want to see is exciting football, and I know we have the players who can produce that for us.”