Brad Inman is back in the team and hoping he can end the season on a positive note
Brad Inman is hoping to end what he has described himself as a ‘tough season’ on a high. The former Newcastle United youngster started his first game for a month at Chesterfield and was arguably Crewe’s most potent attacker in our 1-0 defeat.
The 23-year-old Aussie is now hoping to keep his place for the decisive run-in and make a significant contribution to help keep Crewe Alexandra in League One.
Inman told Crewe Alex Player: “I thought we did okay in the first half at Chesterfield and had some chances to score. I hold my hands up for their goal as I came back with the full-back but that is something I will learn from.
“We didn’t start the second half well. We gave a corner away in the opening seconds and were on the back foot for a lot of the half. We only showed glimpses of what we can do and didn’t have enough shots on target.
“We need to be more ruthless and clinical in front of goal. We all know we have to take our chances because if you don’t you end up losing like we did at Chesterfield.
“I don’t think it is particularly a confident thing with the forwards. We do shooting practice in training and keep working hard on being creative in the final third, so hopefully against Leyton Orient this weekend it pays off.
He added: “It was nice to be back in the team and to start. It has been a tough season for me personally, but that is football. I just want to help the boys in the last five games to make sure Crewe remain in this division.”
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