Gary Simpson says Lincoln City did not deserve to lose against relegation rivals Nuneaton Town
Lincoln City manager Gary Simpson felt his side did not deserve to lose their crunch clash with Nuneaton Town yesterday.
A stunning strike from Wesley York, the last kick of the game, condemned the Imps to a 1-0 defeat leaving them with a fight to avoid a second relegation in three years.
In a game bereft of quality, neither goalkeeper was forced into serious action until York's 25-yard drive sealed Town the points.
And Simpson says he was disappointed to be on the end of a defeat.
"It was not a great spectacle," he said.
"The conditions were not the best.
"It was a terrific strike by their lad to win the game and it was probably the only way that either side would score.
"But I just felt a draw would have been a fair result."