Jansen Says Comeback Shows Team Spirit

Chorley boss Matt Jansen praised the fighting attitude of his side after they gained a point against Nuneaton Town after being 2-0 down.

After conceding the second goal just as the second-half had started, Josh O'Keefe and Matt Hughes got on the scoresheet to ensure Chorley maintained their impressive home record.

"I'm proud of the team, we bounced back in a way from the FA Cup disappointment, we went two goals down, the second-half performance was as good as it has been," Jansen told the club's website.

"We did everything but score the winner, we played well in the first-half as well, to concede straight after the kick-off in the second-half could have really affected us, but we showed such a character and team spirit, we didn't fold.

"We have made our home ground a fortress, the fans got behind us, we maybe didn't get what we deserved but we take that and show up in the next game aiming to get back into the play-off places."

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