First-half display irks Westley
Stevenage manager Graham Westley believes his side's first-half display let them down after losing 1-0 away to Swindon.
Massimo Luongo's scored the only goal but Stevenage goalkeeper Steve Arnold was a busy man in the opening 45, saving well from midweek hero Andy Williams in the 15th minute and then doing well to keep out a header from Grant Hall.
Darren Ward also headed over the Stevenage goal before Williams failed with two other opportunities.
Boro had chances to level in the second half but Greg Tansley headed over from ten yards and Dani Lopez failed to connect with another headed opportunity from four yards but Westley was left cursing the first-half performance.
Westley said: "We were disappointing in the first half and not as sophisticated as I would have liked.
"I might take some of the blame for not changing things around a little earlier but our second half performance deserved a point.
"I thought Swindon's goal took a deflection. I certainly do not expect Steve Arnold to be beaten from that distance.
"I was pretty certain the ball hit a player and moved away from our goalkeeper.
"We had the chances to level. From close distance you have got to put them away but overall I was pleased with the improvement.
"Greg Tansley should have done better with his chance, he knows that, but on such incidents matches are won and lost."