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Another One To Forget For Deano

Following on from our disastrous October, manager Dean Smith today insisted Saturday's performance against Lincoln is another performance to forget about and count ourselves lucky we are still in the cup.

'I`ve got a cabinet in my head where I sometimes put games in and never open it again and this will be one of them

"They showed perseverance and managed to stay in the Cup which is the important thing but I can`t excuse the performance because it wasn`t good enough."

How many more performances can we continue to 'forget about' until we actually start playing well again?

With the winter months and heavy pitches arriving we must find a Plan B as the one touch, free flowing football isnt going to work.




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Writer: Kev Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 5 2012

Time: 11:38AM

 

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