Date: 10th December 2013 at 8:54pm
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Manager Gary Johnson has admitted that we didn’t show enough intent in the first 45 minutes in the game against Charlton to have won the match.

Speaking to the BBC initially following the final whistle that saw a spirited second half fight back as we found ourselves two nil down following the first half, but it was a case of mixed emotions for the gaffer come full time.

‘We had opportunities to get more from the game, but it took us to be 2-0 down before we got going. The overall quality wasn’t good enough and it was an opportunity missed because of our poor start.’

There were obviously positives from the game for the game as he goes on to explain that he was obviously very delighted to have seen us fight back from two nil behind to take a share of the points on offer in the game and he knows in the Championship especially to come back from such a margin is a good achievement in itself, so he was also very pleased with the spirit and character that the lads showed, but he can’t help revert back to we can’t let ourselves get into that position too many times especially at this level.

Specifically as he knows that if we had performed how we did in the second 45 minutes for the whole 90 he’d most likely have been stood there talking about all three points again and three wins on the bounce, other than simply three games unbeaten.

It is another point though in our battle to escape the bottom clutches of the table, and everyone would’ve taken a point at half time in the game so it’s disappointment of what if really.