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Henen: We deserved more in the second half

14 November 2015

Young striker made his Town debut against the Posh

David Henen believes Town’s second half performance at London Road this afternoon was deserving of more as they slipped to a narrow defeat.

The young forward on-loan from Barclays Premier League side Everton was handed his debut by Steven Pressley against the Posh.

Substitute Souleymane Coulibaly put the home side in front after the break before former Peterborough man David Ball equalised.

Graham Westley’s side retook the lead through Jermaine Anderson, and despite a valiant effort Town were unable to find the leveller they deserved.

Henen said: “We had so many chances in the second half and played much better as a team.

“If we’d started like we played in the second half then we would have won this game.

“Their keeper pulled off some good saves but we’ll be okay and can only look to the next game now.

“My performance in the first half was difficult because I played along up front with two big centre backs marking me.

“I was better in the second half when we started to play more football because I like to play football.

“We had four or five good chances to score and they were just defending for the last half an hour.

“We just need to improve our last pass and our last decision, and when we do that we’ll be a better team.”

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