DONCASTER played well and they caught us on a bad day.
The lads are disappointed for ourselves, obviously, but even more so the fans, because they turned out on the Bank Holiday in big numbers (there were 7,068 at the game) and we didn't give them much to cheer.
The lads know we just haven't performed and it's very disappointing.
In the first half, particularly, we never got the ball and passed it.
"We can't even blame the conditions because, while they were difficult in the wind, Doncaster managed to get the ball down and play, so there was no reason why we couldn't do that.
Doncaster play a high-intensity game at home, they get about the pitch well and they knock a lot of balls into the box for forwards who are willing to take a gamble. Credit to them, they played well.
Sitting in our dressing room afterwards, the Millennium Stadium seemed a long way away, but we've got to be positive.
We have got a good set of lads who are willing to work hard and we will be okay, I'm sure.
We have to put this down simply to a bad day at the office and make sure we bounce back against Hull at the Stadium on Sunday. It's a matter of picking ourselves up and responding positively.