A straight-talking half-time session from manager Gary Johnson sparked the second-half fightback which saw Jamie Reid score twice as Torquay United came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Woking, report Devon Live.
“The first half was poor. I thought we looked nervous – our first-touch was all over the place and so was our marking,” said Johnson.
“I think I had a couple of heart-attacks in the dressing-room at half-time,” said the man who underwent heart surgery two years ago.
“I said ‘You are 2-0 down, and now you’ve got to show me that you want to be here and you’ve got the character to come back.'”
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