Goalkeeper Conrad Logan was almost lost for words after Saturday’s stoppage time defeat to MK Dons.
The Dons’ Scott Wootoon headed home in the dying seconds of the game to snatch a late victory for the visitors.
Logan, who made his return debut in the match, was the king of penalty saves during his last spell at the club, after saving three spot-kicks during his short time at Dale, and he picked up where he left off after denying Ben Reeves from the spot on Saturday.
“That [the penalty save] is distant in my thoughts at the minute,” said Logan.
"I’m devastated to lose the game and to lose the clean sheet.
“I feel sick at the minute, to be honest. There’s never a good way to lose the game but it’s sickening to lose in the 94th minute after the effort that we’ve put in. We’ve had chances to go and win the game just before that. When we’re at 0-0 you’re thinking that we might be able to go and get the 1-0 but we’ve conceded in the last seconds.”
Rochdale’s second half performance, in particular, was worthy of at least a point and Logan says Dale can take positives from that.
“Towards the end we looked like the team that might have nicked it. We had kept going and unfortunately their ‘keeper had had a good game and we couldn’t find a way past him, but on a positive note we’re creating chances and we had lots and lots of possession, so hopefully the penny will drop soon and we’ll get our just rewards.”
The full interview is on Dale PlayerHD.