Bristol Rovers slip up again at home to Cheltenham
BRISTOL Rovers boss Mark McGhee is still waiting to see his side win at the Memorial Stadium this season after last night's 1-0 defeat at the hands of Cheltenham.
Chris Zebroski returned to the Memorial Stadium for the first time since he left Rovers over the summer and scored the 37th-minute goal that proved the difference between the sides.
It brought Rovers' three-game unbeaten run to an end and McGhee said: "It was really disappointing to lose another game at home. I felt we were really unlucky not to get something from the game.
"We had plenty of the ball, but we just didn't manage to create enough chances and we conceded a poor goal. It was the first mistake by Garry (Kenneth) since he has been here. He just lost the ball in the lights, which was a shame because up until that point we weren't in any danger.
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"It gave Cheltenham something to hang on to and, as much as we huffed and puffed, we didn't make good enough chances to go on and get something from the game.
He added: "Even though we are disappointed, there was some good stuff and it certainly wasn't all bad. The result is everything really, but I have to look beyond that and there were some positives."
Rovers get another chance to break their Memorial Stadium duck when Northampton arrive at on Saturday and McGhee added: "I don't think there is any lack of confidence among the players, because we kept pushing on and we worked hard, but we just couldn't get that goal."