Date: 22nd December 2014 at 2:14pm
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Striker Jamie Proctor has said that he was disappointed to see Fleetwood not build on our first half showing and take all three points against Coventry City at the weekend.

Speaking to the Official Site following the one all draw, Proctor was a constant threat to the Coventry defence and formed a good partnership on the day with Matty Hughes, but try as we might we just couldn’t get that second goal and then in the second period they came more back into it, and as we know manager Graham Alexander has said he felt it was a fair point in the end, but for Proctor all he had was disappointment.

‘It’s frustrating for us as players as we played some great stuff first half, and probably some of the best football we’ve played all season. To go in 1-0 up was fully deserved and I thought we could kick on and go and get three points, but Coventry changed it and came at us, and 1-1 was fair in the end.’

Proctor goes on to say that in the second half it felt like ‘everything’ was against us, and there wasn’t a lot we could actually do about it in terms of getting the momentum back which was frustrating, but he knows that going to a club like Coventry on their patch and coming away disappointed with a point shows just how far we have come and the ‘massive progress’ we’ve made.

As for himself after the game, he admitted he felt a bit rusty and tired, but he knows that fitness will soon come back as he plays more games now having missed a few, so he’s just looking to kick on now again.

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