The Sunday Review

By Paul Fisher
Last updated : 09 October 2006
Roy Mac said "The pleasing thing is that the players are disappointed that they've not come away with six points from those two away games.

"We realised (against Orient) that we'd done enough throughout the 90 minutes to have come away with the extra points but we haven't.

"But we have come away with a point and a clean sheet and we can build on that. It will give the players, particularly the defenders and keepers, a lot of confidence."

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Leyton Orient Goalkeeper said "Garner said: "The clean sheet is a building block, because our last one was so long ago.

"We have had so many injuries, and therefore so many changes in personnel. When people have to play when they're not fit, it is difficult.

"But we will definitely take heart from the defensive performance against Chesterfield."

Personally I would count this as a good point, not playing very well during the game but holding out and eventually breaking free and we could have won it at the end. Many times we are on the receiving end of a battering at the end of the match where we are holding on, this time it was the home side. With Picken back and possible Nicholson the defence is starting to look more sound will Picks get back in the team with O'Hare playing well. Upfront Larkin should have scored but kept up his partnership with the Chief but no Jackson on the bench mmm not sure of that I think we have rouhg diamond here who is looking to be polished and now's his opportunity.

Chesterfield Match Reports

Sky Bet League Two Tue 17th October 19:45

Crawley Town 0 - 2 Chesterfield

Last game - Match Centre


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