FATHER and son Jason and Jack Roberts, from Chippenham, give their views on Swindon Town’s 2-1 victory at Bradford City…
"The starting XI was what I expected given Jack Stephens being ill. Great view and a half decent chicken balti pie set it up nicely.
"What Cooper didn’t want to happen did. From the start we were lethargic and second best. Passing was slack and we struggled to get key players like Massimo in the game.
"An awful penalty decision from an awful referee summed up where we were at this stage in the game. Wes had a top game and looked confident throughout with some last ditch punching clear at the end.
"Byrne was poor today, if I had to pick one, especially first half with a constant failure to pass accurately, although he was better second half. Obika looked sharp and took his goals well with some nice touches to get past his man.
"Massimo got better and better and glided past his opponents with ease on occasions. Defence were immense second half with Turnbull looking like a seasoned pro with the beard.
"Great for Coops to gather the players at the end and thank us for the support. Man of the match – you have to give it to Obika for the goals on his debut, with Wes a very close second."