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17 September 2014

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Boss' delight at performance but frustration at lack of goals

Town boss John Still had mixed feelings after seeing his side held to a goalless draw at York last night.

The Hatters came close with a number of chances, with Mark Cullen, Alex Lacey and Luke Rooney having the Town’s best chances in what was an entertaining 0-0 draw.

“It was an outstanding performance for an away team – but the one disappointment is too many chances not taken,” said Still afterwards.

“I thought our tactics were spot on, we picked sharp players; Mark Cullen was terrific, the link-up play between him and Luke Guttridge was terrific. We’re really pleased with what we’ve done all over the pitch.

“I usually say it takes six, seven, eight games for us to get to where I think we should be in terms of how we play – but we’re there now. I don’t care who we play and where we play we’re there. All we have to do now is finish the opportunities.

“I can’t look at any of the players and say they didn’t play well but people are here to do a job and people who get into those [goalscoring] areas need to find the net.

“It’s a good performance but we need to hone up on taking our chances.

“All in all it was a good performance, we played some great football.”

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