Westley: Our luck will turn

Stevenage boss Graham Westley is confident his side's luck will turn following their third straight loss to start the season.

Last Updated: 19/08/13 at 14:30

Graham Westley: Felt they deserved a point

Graham Westley: Felt they deserved a point

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Westley's new-look Boro are still without a point to their name this season following a narrow 1-0 defeat by Leyton Orient on Saturday.

"It was always going to be a difficult start tothe season for us," he said.

"As much as we want to try and hide from it and pretend we can get it together very quickly, there is a completely new team here.

"I thought the team over the course of the 90 minutes put in enough work and showed enough desire to come home with at least a point.

"Our best chance hit the bar and bounced down and bounced away. The small margins are going against us at the moment, but they even themselves out over the season."

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