Rowan Vine felt Gosport Borough did not get a lot of luck in their 3-0 Southern League premier division defeat at Chesham United on Saturday.
The joint caretaker manager felt his side did enough to get something from the game. Borough conceded an early goal before the hosts had their goalkeeper sent off in the second half. However, a contentious own goal 13 minutes before full-time left Vine’s side devastated.
“It is frustrating because up until the time they had their goalkeeper sent off I thought we were the better team,” said the former Pompey striker. “I thought once that happened we would go on and win the game.
“Unfortunately, that just didn’t happen. Once again we seemed to suffer from nerves and changed our way of thinking.”
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