Date:Saturday August 15 2009
Colchester United maintained their impressive start to the season although manager Paul Lambert was sent to the stands.
The U`s manager, despite preferring to confer praise on his players, said on BBC Essex Radio at full-time that he needed "an abacus" to count all the poor decisions made by the game`s referee.
Yeovil`s goal in the 2-1 win came from a free-kick given late on. The act of awarding a free-kick for no obvious reason is thought to have most mystified the U`s boss.
Fitness doubt Ryan Mason scored for the visitors, but in spite of five minutes stoppage time, an early first-half effort from man-of-the-man midfielder, David Fox, then Ashley Vincent, helped seal the points. The result keeps Colchester top of League One.
Full report to follow later on Vital Colchester.
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