WHILE he admitted to being "shocked" by what he had seen in a "dizzy spell" that cost them Vanarama National League South points at Hemel Hempstead, Braintree Town manager Brad Quinton has vowed to ensure it doesn't happen again.

The Iron went from being in control of a game they were leading 2-1 to trailing 4-2 in six second-half minutes at the Tudors.

They ended up losing 4-3, but have a chance to bounce back when they head to Essex neighbours Concord Rangers tonight and Quinton said words will be spoken to make sure there is no repeat.

"I am so shocked at what happened because that was very unlike us," said Quinton.

"We had so much control and command of the game until that dizzy spell when we should have been three or four goals to the good.

"When they equalised through our own mistake at the back we should have simply been experienced enough shut down for ten minutes and not keep giving the ball away which we did.

"But what happened? We shot ourselves in the foot and have only ourselves to blame and from my viewpoint it was frustrating and totally unacceptable.

"But we will sort it out inside the dressing room and ensure it doesn't happen again.

"I still can't actually believe what happened in that crazy short spell."