Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has spoken openly about his side’s 3-0 home defeat to Cheltenham Town.

A double from Aidan Keena and an Alfie May strike, which was the latter’s sixth in three games against the Chairboys, made it a flat and tepid end to their season at Adams Park.

Five changes were also made to the side that lost seven days earlier to Lincoln City, and the 39-year-old was not happy with how the game panned out.

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He told the press at full-time: “We started the game quite well as we got the ball up to Sam and got bodies around the ball, and we also posed a threat.

“But we came away from that, we gave the ball away cheaply a few times, and that gave Cheltenham the momentum to step up on us in the way that we did.

“We didn’t follow the game plan.

It was a really difficult day for us and we really need to improve.

“We didn’t perform today at all but we have to stick our chest out and get on with it so there is no problem in that.

“It’s just so disappointing in the way the game went about and we have to face the fact we were not good enough today.

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“All of these games are opportunities to learn about everyone and I learnt a lot today, and you learn a lot more about the people in the bad times than the good.

“And you learn about what you need to put right and this is something me and my staff are learning.

“Midway through the second half, I thought we passed it backwards and sideways too much as we wanted to go forward and I told the players about this.”

The result means Wanderers are now winless in nine matches on a Saturday (a run that began in the middle of February), in which they have failed to score in four of their last six games.

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They will end the season away at Portsmouth on May 7 at Fratton Park – a venue that they have never won at in the league.