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U's will learn from Yeovil defeat, insists Dunne
Colchester United manager Joe Dunne insisted his players will learn from their 3-1 defeat at Yeovil Town this afternoon.
The U's lost their first match under Dunne after a brace from debutant Paddy Madden and a further strike James Hayter gave the Glovers victory, with Jabo Ibehre scoring the visitors' consolation.
Dunne said: "Yeovil put us under a lot of pressure.
"I thought that we controlled the possession in the first half and if you look at the goals, I think that they're individual mistakes.
"You can't legislate for that but like I've always said since I took over, I want us to play a certain way and we showed progression in the first half.
"We're going to make mistakes trying to play that way and sometimes you're going to get punished.
"We have to be brave and I'm not changing; we have to learn from today which is what we'll do."
See Monday's Gazette for a full match report, pictures and reaction to the U's defeat at Yeovil.