BRIDGWATER are a good footballing side and were very sharp and lively for half an hour.

We were not at the races and could not get to grips with them.

In the last 15 minutes of the first half, we began to get a foot in the door.

Bridgwater play a 4-5-1 and their full backs don’t mind bombing forward so at half-time we told our front three that they had to occupy the defenders more and the midfield had to get tighter.

Then we had the three bookings in less than five minutes, all of them very harsh – beyond a joke. It is not as if we were getting the rub of the green in the first half, either.

I thought the referee lost the plot for ten minutes and I must admit the red mist came down.

Credit to our side, we managed to get on top and Bridgwater capitulated a bit like Hungerford did.

At 3-1 we could have gone on and made it four or five. When we put it together for 90 minutes we are going to hammer someone.

Browny has got another two goals and he seems to be relishing a role that is alien to him. Last season he played as wide man in a five across midfield. This season he is not stuck on the wing, we are giving him a licence to roam behind the front two in a 4-3-3 and use his pace to take people on.

Because of that he has been 90 per cent exonerated of defensive duties. It seems to be paying off.

In pre-season when we were struggling, if you had offered me nine points from the first four games I would have bitten your hand off. But we have not achieved anything yet.

It was a decent game, but the referee frustrated me as there was not a bad tackle at all.