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‘We’ve had a bad week’ - Joe Dunne

17:59 10 November 2012

Joe Dunne, who was crestfallen after the U's 3-2 defeat at Crewe today

Joe Dunne, who was crestfallen after the U's 3-2 defeat at Crewe today

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COLCHESTER United boss Joe Dunne admitted that it had been “a bad week,” following todays 3-2 defeat at Crewe.

The U’s squandered a two-goal half-time lead, to lose 3-2 at Gresty Road.

Dunne rued: “Again it was a situation where we were comfortable.

“It just seems to be whenever we concede the first goal from being in winning positions, we just don’t seem to believe in ourselves.

“It’s such a transistion from the first few weeks I’ve been in charge.

“We’ve had a bad week,” confirmed Dunne.

The U’s have lost three games in eight days, following the FA Cup loss at Chelmsford and the midweek home defeat to Notts County.

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