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17 November 2015

Iron vice-captain Jack King feels United weren't fully at the races in their 2-1 defeat to Swindon Town and stated the manner of the defeat is disappointing.

King felt the hosts weren't too much of a threat in the opening period and says their two quick goals were against the run of play.

"We don't want to be losing any game, but today we weren't really at the races and we didn't really get going," he told The Iron PlayerHD.

"Although in the first half they didn't appear to be any major threat to us, and in the second half they've got the two goals out of nothing."

He felt it was simply two lapses in concentration that led to the two goals, and believes those types of errors have to be cut out quickly.

United face Bradford City next and King highlighted that he and his team-mates must bounce back quickly.

He stated that it's not a time to feel sorry for each other - the priority is to get back on track against the Bantams.

"It's not ideal to lose the players that we have. We're losing key players at key times, but we can't feel sorry for ourselves. We've got to go out and get the result that we need," he stated.

"The making of any good team is to bounce back when you get a setback. We've done that at the start of the season and we need to do that again."

See much more from Jack King, Mark Robins and Jordan Clarke on The Iron PlayerHD.

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