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We Should Have Seen It Out - Dunn

21 November 2020

A photo of David Dunn Mark Fletcher (MI News & Sport)
Barrow boss David Dunn

David Dunn admitted that his players were gutted after Forest Green Rovers snatched an injury-time equaliser to deny Barrow all three points at The Progression Solicitors Stadium.

The Bluebirds boss was full of praise for his team’s display once again as they came from behind to lead against high-flying Rovers going in to stoppage time at the end of an absorbing encounter.

Mark Cooper’s men had stolen in front early in the second half through Elliott Whitehouse’s header from a corner but a brilliant strike from Luke James and Dior Angus’ composed penalty put them in the driving seat.

However, Nicky Cadden crashed a superb free-kick beyond Joel Dixon and in off the underside of the bar in the fifth minute of added-on time to ensure a share of the spoils for the Gloucestershire outfit.

“As you can imagine, we’re pretty sick in the dressing room,” Dunn told iFollow.

“It was a hell of a strike last kick of the game so we’re bitterly disappointed but we have to look at the positive because I thought we were excellent again.

“Even at 1-0 down we passed the ball around really well; Forest Green are a really good team who are a threat on the break but the way we’ve played is really pleasing.

“I really like our shape at the minute and it’s causing teams lots of problems but we just have to see games out better.

“The last two games we’ve played we probably should have had six points and we’ve ended up with two – but we’ve got another to look forward to on Tuesday now so we’ll go again.”

We’ll have the full video interview with David Dunn available on iFollow Barrow later this evening.


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