Alex boss believes his team will improve in the second half of the season
Steve Davis doesn’t want Crewe Alexandra to become tagged as a team that fights relegation from League One but the Alex boss believes that our experience from the last couple of seasons could provide a slight advantage in the run-in.
Crewe have fought back from almost impossible positions at the bottom of the table to survive on the final day of the season and the Crewe Alexandra manager says that the calmness within the club helped that become achievable against the odds.
The Crewe boss told crewealex.net: “It makes you realise what you have to do. A lot of mangers are still very much in the situation and there will be a few who haven’t been in it before.
“We will be rolling our sleeves up and working hard to get out of this situation. It is something we have done over the last couple of seasons and we have to do it again.
“We are used to it but we don’t want to be tagged as a team that’s fighting relegation every year, that not that I want and that’s not what the club wants, but we have to face up to it and we have to meet the challenge because if we don’t we will go down.
“We have to fight and not panic. I think the key to the last seasons is we remained calm in the situation and in the end that played a part in getting us through in the end.
He added: “We have to get the blend of experience and get one or two back but we have a good record of being very strong in the second half of the season and nothing has been sorted out when it comes to promotion and relegation yet.”