Gaffer says only slight adjustments needed to get back on track
The Crewe Alexandra boss Steve Davis says there is no need to panic after his side let a 3-1 lead slip on the opening day of the season to Rotherham United and then exited the Capital One Cup at the first round stage to Bury after conceding three goals again at Gigg Lane.
Steve has told the club’s official web-site that there is work to be done on the defensive side of our game, especially from set plays and the second phase, but he is convinced it will be put right sooner rather than later.
Steve told crewealex.net: “You can get these types of performances, especially early on in the season when you have new players or new players involved in the team.
“We have some work to do but that is what we do. I will analyse the Bury game, go through it and highlight the things we can improve upon. We will work until we put things right.
The boss added: “There is no need to panic and we have to stick together to improve. We will be okay once we stop conceding avoidable goals. It might be that we need a change in clientele to give us a lift but I will look at that and decide what I think is necessary to get a result at the MK Dons on Saturday.”