Date: 14th February 2015 at 7:53pm
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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson was bitterly disappointed with his side`s 4-2 defeat to Gillingham earlier today.

Robinson was relevantly pleased with his side in the attacking sense, and was more frustrated about certain refereeing decisions, especially after earlier in the week he expressed concern over official`s treatment of the Dons. He told BBC Three Counties Radio:

‘I thought we did okay, I really do. We did a lot of things that weren’t great today, but we know where we go from here to improve it.

“Their keeper was the man of the match for me.

‘When you look at the decision for the penalty, how that is not a sending off it literally baffles me. The handball for Anthony Kay baffles me. It`s playground stuff, it`s basic.

‘I thought we looked better than what we did the other night (against Bradford), even though we conceded more today. The two breakaway goals we should have dealt with better.

‘I’m disappointed for my fans who’ve travelled here and supported us. We’re still in a very good position. Sometimes you have to go through these moments to appreciate the good times. We want them back sooner rather than later.’

Ian McLoughlin, standing in for the injured David Martin, has received criticism for his performance and Robinson wasn`t in the mood to dismiss that. One might even think he`d choose 3rd choice Charlie Burns over McLoughlin in the future!

“He conceded four and he`ll admit that himself. I think Dave [Martin] shows how important he is to us.”

Robinson also revealed that he`d try and bring in some new players from the loan market:

“We`ll try and do something over the next 24 hours and try and bring in some new players as well.”

“I know who I want.”

Up next is a trip to Colchester on Tuesday.