John Choi, coming on as a sub on the game last weekend against AC Malden after returning from injury, acknowledged that the team created many chances.
"I think we started great against AC Malden. We created many chances against them which we really should have taken and punished them, as well as in the in the second half."
Having come on as a sub, John also felt he could have shown a better performance had he started.
"The pitch looked great from the beginning and I felt confident enough to start but then towards the end of the first half it started raining and in the second half, the rain affected the pitch condition."
More importantly, he said that the rainy conditions made his injury be felt.
"With my recent ankle injury, I started to become more weary of the pitch and then coming on in the second half, my foot felt heavy to move and change directions because of the mud, especially in the central areas of the pitch, hence why my foot now feels worse."
"I couldn't predict the pace of the ball travelling due to the poor condition so it was much harder to move around with or without the ball."
Normally a very technical player who likes to penetrate the opposing defense, dictate play from the back, and spray balls into channels, John had difficulty showcasing his abilities as the weather stopped him in his tracks every time he tried to turn the ball.
Jump, who started in right back, agreed with the frustration expressed by John. He said he felt, "Overwhelming feeling of frustration because of a number of reasons. We didn't deserve to lose considering the balance of play, coupled with the fact that the referee was frequently incompetent in making decisions and the opposition was unprofessional."
"More significantly though, this was a big missed opportunity to put some well deserved points on the board for CRFC."