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York City manager remaining positive despite Tranmere draw

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York City manager Nigel Worthington was happy with his side’s draw against Tranmere, despite conceding a late equaliser.

Lowe opened the scoring during Saturday's 1-1 draw

Lowe opened the scoring during Saturday’s 1-1 draw

The Yorkshire club led thanks to Keith Lowe’s second half strike but Rovers midfielder James Rowe equalised late into stoppage time.

The 52-year-old manager says his side must quickly move on from the draw, as they prepare for Saturday’s Football League fixture against Northampton.

“That’s the game of football,” said Worthington, speaking to York Press. “I thought it was a very good point away from home. If you had said that to me prior to the game I would have taken it.

“They have just come out of League One, we were away from home but you are so close to getting the three.

“We must learn to manage that last two minutes to see it through. There was a lot of endeavour out there, a lot of good play at times. I would like us to tidy up the passing and make it a little bit crisper but that will come with games.

“I was very pleased with the performance and the commitment.”


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