"Loan signing Aarran Racine was forced off with what appeared to be a serious injury after giving away a penalty in the second half. The United boss admitted it looks like a long-term injury."
“My biggest thing is to be able to deal with losing Racine, after having such a fantastic debut, not only losing him but obviously it looks like it could be something serious."
Nicholson was pleased with the performance of on-loan Millwall defender, Paul Rooney. The player-manager admits that there’s a conversation to be had regarding his future.
“I really like ‘Roons’, we’ll have to have a little sit down in the next 24 hours because this was his last game and have a little think about what we can and can’t do. We might be fortunate, but the chances are that Racine will be out for the season, if that’s the case then, I might have delve back [into the transfer market] but I’d have no problem in young Rooney coming in and doing what he does, because he’s got a great attitude, he’s a great kid, [he has] spent the whole time here lifting the spirits and he came on and did well.”