Still has no complaints after unbeaten run is ended

Hatters boss John StillHatters boss John Still
Hatters boss John Still
Town boss John Still had no complaints as his side surrendered their 27 league game unbeaten run to Woking on Monday night, writes Mike Simmonds.

With Hatters well below their best, the Cards stole victory late on as substitute Giuseppe Sole notched in the closing five minutes.

Still said: “We were not good enough first half, I thought we were poor and lucky to be at 0-0.

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“Second half I thought we were better, we may have got something as we hit the post twice.

“The players were convinced we had a penalty, but I can’t see from where I am.

“Did we do enough to win the game? No I don’t think we did.

“Did we do enough to get something? I think we did, all be it based on a second half performance.

“The last 20 minutes of the game, I thought we had a bit of the ascendancy as we were a bit more positive in our play, without playing great.

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“The team we’ve played has played very well, we haven’t played great.

“It didn’t go for us, we were going to lose sometimes, we’ve lost, so we move on to the next one.”

Hatters were denied a penalty on two occasions with Andre Gray appearing to be felled in the box, while Paul Benson’s shot looked to have come off the arm of a Woking defender.

Still added: “They saying it was a penalty and have told me about the replays, but it wasn’t and there’s nothing I can do about it.

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“We can’t change it now, we can only control the controllables, we can’t change what’s gone.”

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