Date: 9th October 2016 at 12:27am
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In the wake of yesterday’s 1-0 defeat at Yeovil Town, here are some views on the game from the Glovers’ manager Darren Way and a selection of their fans.

“It was a fantastic performance,” said Way.

“I saw a real togetherness, they all looked like they wanted to fight for each other.”

“We got our tactics spot on, and I thought we caused them real problems, big problems, certainly in the first half.”

“We tried to get Alex Lawless free on the ball, and that’s exactly what happened (for the goal).

“Towards the end we could have hit them on the counter-attack more, but it’s always difficult when you’ve got someone like Akinfenwa with the responsibility that they give him. They feed off him, they make runs off him, and you know you’re always under pressure.”

“I thank the supporters for sticking with this group of players who are still developing. When they’re developing and winning at the same time, this club is going in the right direction.”

The Yeovil fans were the latest to be delighted after a visit from Wycombe.

The following extracts are taken from facebook and twitter.

Andy Cleave wrote:
“Poor game today, but sometimes you have to grind it out and win ugly.”

Martin McConachie wrote:
“Wycombe can’t get going away from home and only have a point from six games away. We were average at best today and the better of two poor sides.”

Matt Wood wrote:
“Yeovil actually won a game of football.”

Dan Marks wrote:
“We were clearly the better team bar the first 15 minutes of the game and we were only poor in the air when the huge lump came on for Wycombe.”

Robert Hampson wrote:
“The ref was letting both sides off with lots of holding and pushing. Overall not a game with much entertainment but three hard earned and well deserved points.”

Richie Briant wrote:
“Can you believe he’s a Premier League ref and did the FA Cup final two years ago!”

Stuart Hughes wrote:
“It was more like a wrestling match than a football match, all the grappling and shirt tugging.”

Perky wrote:
“We had good spells today and were rarely troubled at the back.”

Peter Hemborough wrote:
“Great win and a clean sheet. But let’s not shy away from the fact that it’s just a stay of execution.”

Shaun Howells wrote:
“Total respect for Akinfenwa for taking time with junior fans today.”

Next game: Mansfield v Wycombe – Sat 15th Oct – 3.00pm