Tisdale pleased with performance at Fleetwood
MANAGER Paul Tisdale said he was satisfied with the way his Exeter City team played at Fleetwood on Saturday but disappointed not to have come away from Highbury with all three points.
The Grecians had the better chances in the match with Jamie Cureton bringing a good save out of Scott Davies before scooping another shot over the crossbar.
Fleetwood had the lion's share of territory and possession in the second half, but a wayward Jon Parkin header was the closest they came to breaking the deadlock.
"Although we were satisfied with the way we played, we were disappointed we didn't quite win it." said Tisdale
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"But I have no criticism of the players at all, they did their jobs really well and we could have scored on another day."
In fact City best chances fell in the final minutes of the match as Cureton and O'Flynn had close-range efforts blocked before Danny Coles blasted another effort over from 15 yards out.
"I wouldn't say it was bad finishing though," said Tisdale.
"Goalmouth scrambles are erratic at the best of times, the ball was in their six yard box and we were just trying to win the game."
"We were hoping to win it, but the point keeps us in the play-offs."