We’re still learning, says boss Kiwomya
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force his effort past the fumbling Sam Walker to put County ahead in dogged fashion. Colchester equalised with a marvelous team move that was rounded off with Ibehre reaching Andy Bond’s low cross with to bundle the ball home.
But minutes after coming off the bench, Arquin towered over the U’s defence to head County ahead again in the 77th minute. And Enoch Showunmi broke the offside trap and slid a ball across the box for Nagle to tap in and seal the win.
Colchester boss Joe Dunne was furious with his teams defending, but was relieved that midfielder David Wright is awake and well after a nasty collision with Joss Labadie.
He said:“We need to win all our games, that’s it. If we want to stay in the league, we need to win all our games,” he said.
“They (next opponents MK Dons) can beat us by six or seven if you want to defend like we did for some of the goals.
“We’ve got to roll our sleeves up, get together as a group together again. I’ve been banging on all week telling them they’re not safe so we require a massive effort again.
“David is in the hospital at the moment he got clean knocked out. The problem was it was a complete blackout and memory loss.”
FIRST GOAL: Jeff Hughes