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Mistakes cost us, admits U's boss Dunne
Colchester United boss Joe Dunne admitted that errors cost his side the chance of a valuable victory at Coventry City tonight.
The U's drew 2-2 at the Ricoh Arena, having been two goals ahead with 13 minutes to go.
Colchester are now four points above the League One relegation zone, following their second successive away draw.
Dunne said: "We were comfortable and Coventry got booed off at half-time.
"We dealt with their threat and got two goals into the lead.
"But we then made two clinical errors - we got caught out with the first goal and then we gave a silly free-kick away.
"But we will take the point and move on and it could have been worse, we could have lost.
"Everyone will be saying that it was two points dropped but that's not necessarily the case.
"We don't have time to feel sorry for ourselves, we have to push on."
For a full match report and pictures from the U's game at Coventry City, see Wednesday's Gazette.