Marcus Williams echoed the sentiments of boss Danny Wilson after Saturday's cruel 1-0 defeat at the hands of the MK Dons saw United's impressive unbeaten start curtailed after 16 matches.
A controversial penalty decided the contest, when referee Darren Sheldrake adjudged David McAllister had brought down Angelo Balanta, Williams's namesake Shaun converted the resulting spot-kick, but Marcus, like his manager, couldn't hide his disappointment afterwards:
"All the lads, the staff and no doubt the supporters are angry and frustrated at the manner of the defeat.
"Again we had worked so hard to stifle the threat posed by MK Dons and to lose to a penalty so late in the game is doubly disappointing.
"As players we thought the referee didn't have a great game and I know the staff are equally annoyed at some of his decisions.
"The penalty was so harsh and for the unbeaten run to come to an end on such a decision makes it even harder to accept."
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