Charlton Athletic manager Karl Robinson said that his side have played better and lost.
Robinson told the London On-Line News about the game which finished in a 1-1 draw at Coventry City, which saw both sets of supporters protesting and delaying the game getting started, before the Sky Blues were relegated. “If I say something it would be blown right out of proportion.
“You can’t use that as an excuse. I don’t think we got going. I am pleased because we’ve played better and lost. We had to dig in today. Playing not good and still getting a point against one of the teams in form with four wins in the last five with only Sheffield United beating them at Bramall Lane.
“We we’re expecting it obviously. We have a job to do and we did our job, it’s as simple as that. The similarities are there for all to see so obviously what happened at The Valley and again here was planned.
“It was hard to get going off the back of that but I thought we were poor today and look disjointed. I thought Declan Rudd was the man of the match."