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Carlos: Time to move on

Carlos Edwards couldn't hide his disappointment after Town's winning run came to end at the hands of Brighton.

Blues fell to a 3-0 defeat at the Amex Stadium, with Craig Mackail-Smith and a brace from Ashley Barnes sending Town to defeat on the south coast, despite Michael Chopra seeing a goal disallowed early in the second-half.

"It's disappointing because we came here in confident mood on the back of four consecutive wins," Town's stand-in skipper told the Club website.

"You have to give credit to Brighton as they are a decent team and caused us a few problems today, but we're disappointed to have lost the game 3-0.

"I think overall it was a good game of football and on another day we could have taken something from the game if we had converted a few of our earlier chances.

"But that's football and we need to put this result behind us and focus on the next game."