Date: 20th October 2014 at 4:24pm
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Assistant manager and player Matt Gill took charge of the team following the departure of Rob Edwards, with help from coach Alex Russell for the game against Oxford United at the weekend and he has admitted it was another disappointing loss for the club.

Speaking to the Official Site following the two nil loss, that saw new manager Micky Adams watching on from the stands, Gill explained.

‘It’s a disappointing result. The lads need to draw a line under it quickly. It’s a cut throat industry and if you don’t take your chances you’re always liable to concede at the other end.’

Gill goes on to say that it’s obvious that there are loads to work on and with the new manager seeing the frailties we’ve exhibited all season, as opposed to a classy showing, it’ll help him organise his way forward and how he wants to do things now, but Gill knows the players simply have to do and give more and he believes Adams will get that from them.

‘He had a bit of input before the game and at half time with the substitutions. We need to start winning games and hopefully that is just around the corner. We’re having a tough time at the moment and we need to turn it around quickly.’

Gill ends by saying that as a player there’s nothing worse than suffering defeat and having to wait a full week for another game, so at least the lads can get back out there with the midweek fixture and hopefully put in a performance that will help us turn that corner.