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Logan: We got away with murder
RICHARD Logan says Wanderers won't play as badly as they did in the first half against Bristol Rovers again this season.
The striker admitted Blues "got away with murder" as heavy rain and safety concerns after a stand was struck by lightning led to the League Two clash being called off with Wanderers 3-1 down.
And he said the scoreline and performance was the wake-up call Wanderers need to get their season off and running again.
The 30-year-old said: "We'll try and put it right next week because for a club like this, that was not a good enough performance from us.
"We got away with murder today. We're lucky to get away with that. We'll put it behind us - we can't get any worse than that, surely.
"We let the gaffer down and we're not going to let it happen again.
"We set our plan to turn them over early on but we didn't do it once until after 20 minutes. They got their goal, we equalised, but we didn't do what we've been working on in the week."
Logan admitted he and his team mates were praying for an abandonment once the rain began falling at the start of the second half.
He said: "We played poorly in the first 45 so we're happy the game's called off after that. When the rain came down all the lads were thinking, 'Please call it off', because we let ourselves down today."
The former Exeter man linked well with fellow striker Stuart Beavon on occasions but he said that rare high point didn't compensate for a poor team display.
He said: "We worked OK together in fits and starts but we didn't play well enough as a team. We didn't get our units together, we didn't push back together."
The one low point from Logan's point of view was the fact his first goal for Blues - a header from Matt Spring's cross that briefly brought Wanderers level - won't count after the abandonment.
Logan said he won't be trying to claim it though: "It's gone now - you've got to let it go."