Gary Caldwell has given his reaction to City's 1-0 defeat to Bristol Rovers at St James Park.
City lost out to Brandon Aguilera's 15th minute strike, but Caldwell was not drawn to talk about the manner in which the goal was conceded - Reece Cole looked to be obstructed by referee Will Finnie, potentially preventing him from making a challenge.
"There's no point talking about it, the rules change every week."
On the performance, Gary was pleased with some aspects.
"We started really well and played with good energy, but the first kick up the pitch we don;t deal with it well and they score the goal. There are moments where we have to do better, we have to be less anxious and went off script
"In the second half we had some good chances but just couldn't score. We created chances but it was a classic at home in terms of going down 1-0 and then they slow the game down. We have to learn about the adversity of conceding a goal and how you react. It wasn't a terrible performance, now we go out there on Tuesday night and try to beat Peterborough."
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