Listen to Town boss Ian Holloway and City boss Stuart McCall, their thoughts on today's 1-1 draw at The Utilita Energy Stadium.
And the Town boss was delighted with the resilience that his side showed, and he had special praise for the 2600 travelling fans.
He said: “That’s a good habit to get in, and it’s not a good habit letting the first goal in when you probably don’t deserve it.
“Someone’s shot from the edge of the box, and it hasn’t hit one of us coming out. We were back for the cross, it’s been pulled back, how can that happen?
“If we take that out of it, I thought we looked like we were settling. It was a hectic game, they did really well as I expected, and we were passing it, we were moving it, and we were looking composed.
“They went and lit the place up with that goal, and I thought we were terrific afterwards.
“Considering the amount of time I’ve had to talk about a change of shape, it’s brilliant that, when we did it, when we moved, we scored.
“That will help the lads believe I know what I’m talking about!”
Holloway added: “We’re a handful, and if they want to get promoted, I’m looking at them and us, who’s to say which one should get promoted?
“On top of that, our crowd were absolutely fantastic. I can’t get over it, to bring that many people here, and to sing the way they did and behave the way they did, keep believing and signing the songs we want, I just love them."
Listen to both managers on iFollow Mariners.