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DONCASTER, ENGLAND - APRIL 20: James Coppinger of Doncaster takes a free kick during the npower League One match between Doncaster Rovers and Notts County at the Keepmoat Stadium on April 20, 2013 in Doncaster, England.
I'm delighted with the spirit in the camp and we have gained a point. It was a better performance last Saturday (a 1-0 defeat at Notts County), but this was a better result. We put bodies on the line. Now, with such a long journey back home, we have got to make sure we take care of the lads ahead of a very tough game at home to Brentford on Saturday.
The first-half of MK Dons and the Walsall game was pretty poor, but all the teams in our league have those. You have just seen Notts County moaning about their performance, but they have got a win, it is all about results at the moment.
I was hopeful we'd do well because we'd pushed the boat out in terms of budget for this season and a good Cup run can bring in much-needed revenues. Having said that, I went to Notts County expecting to get beaten. When Arquin hit the bar we all had a bit of a laugh in the directors' box because if he had scored it would have been another great Cup run coming to an end before it started.More quotes »
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