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Loren Dykes was looking on the positive side despite Bristol Academy's 2-0 defeat at the hands of Sunderland in their first match of the season.
"It was a good team performance generally but we started poorly," she admitted to Women's Soccer Scene. "I don't know why that was but if you concede in the first two minutes you're always trying to bring it back.
"Unfortunately the two goals were dodgy mistakes, but apart from that it was a good team performance although that doesn't give you points at the end of the day.
"People who watched the game will say it wasn't a 2-0 result and we'll improve on that. If we play the way we can then we can stay up and get some good points."
There have been several changes in personnel at Bristol Academy over the summer with a large turnaround of players and the arrival of a new manager in Mark Sampson.
"At first things were a bit all over the place with players coming in and leaving but it's the same at any club - you've just got to get on with it," added the Welsh international. "Mark has been brilliant and training was really good - you were turning up and enjoying it and the girls around were trying hard as well."
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