Steve Davis thinks his players went some way to righting the wrong of Leyton Orient’s thrashing at Bromley.
Last Tuesday Orient lost 6-1 and the manager feels they let the club’s supporters down.
But on Saturday they got the right result away from home as they won 2-0 against Woking.
Both goals came in the second half from striker Macauley Bonne at the Laithwaite’s Community Stadium.
Davis was pleased with his forward and his team after registering their first away success of the season.
He said: “We needed to draw a line up Bromley and the only way we were going to do that was with a good performance and three points.
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“We weren’t great in the first half but sometimes you need to stay in the game. We had to be patient and we had to wait for the opportunities to come our way.
“It’s a really good first away win for us because Woking have won both games at home and we had lost two away. It was always going to be difficult.
“But we stood up and were counted. We will have to do that a lot this season.”
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