Craig Hignett has admitted his disappointment after Pools
twice came from behind before finally losing 3-2 to Bromley at Victoria Park on
Gavan Holohan scored his first goal of the season and Gus
Mafuta opened his account for Pools against The Ravens but it all counted fornothing as the visitors left with the three points.
“To say I am frustrated is an understatement,” Hignett toldPools TV.
“We can't give goals away that we've giving away or expect to score three and four to win a game because that is just not going to happen.
“If teams carve you open with good play then you can accept
it to a certain extent but that's not happened because the goals we've concededare really poor.
“There seems to be a nervousness, especially at home and at
the moment there are little things that are costing us. We won't get too carriedaway but it's obviously a concern and it needs addressing.
“We're all in tomorrow, there are no days off and we'll look at the goals we conceded, we'll clear the air and we'll see where we go.”