Feb 19, 2013 at 7.45pm UK at ​Recreation Ground
AldershotAldershot Town
Torquay UtdTorquay United
Brown (83')
FT(HT: 0-0)

Mansell (77'), Howe (90')

Shaun Taylor admits inquest

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Torquay United assistant boss Shaun Taylor admits that his players were "angry" following Tuesday's 1-0 defeat to Aldershot.

Torquay United assistant boss Shaun Taylor has admitted that his players were "angry" following their 1-0 defeat to Aldershot Town on Tuesday.

The result left the club in 19th position in the table, just five points outside of the relegation positions.

"People are angry, people are disappointed, people are asking questions of everybody and if you've been in the changing room you'd realise it's not a good place. But there's another 14 or 15 games to go and we've got to get some points," he told reporters.

"I know I've said it before but we've got to go again, this game's gone now. We're disappointed because I think we warranted at least a point but we didn't get it. Well done Aldershot. Both teams are where they are and just need a bit of fortune. Both teams had opportunities and they took their chance and they've gone home with a 1-0 win.

"It's been a difficult day, we felt before the game there were going to be good opportunities to get a result. I am upbeat and I know the players will come again when we come into training again. We've got to come again, if not we might as well pack it up and all go home."

Accrington Stanley and AFC Wimbledon currently occupy 23rd and 24th in League Two respectively.

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