Crewe Alexandra’s assistant manager Kenny Lunt says that last season’s experience in EFL Two has a great learning curve for the new backroom staff. Lunt accepted the role of assisting new manager David Artell in January and their work ethic helped Crewe move away from the relegation drop zone to reach the comfort of 55 points.
Lunt admits that there were plenty of highs and lows in the last few months of the season but it will only add to personal development.
Lunt told the club’s official web-site: “It was a great experience to be involved at that level and I enjoyed it. There were some low moments as well but more highs. It was great to get safe and we finished the season well.
“We know a lot more about the division now. We know how certain teams play and we have analysed the losses and the draws. We know we should not have dropped points at times last season. That is something we can improve on. If we can turn those losses into more draws and those draws into more wins then we will have a successful season.
“We will all start level in August and we want to make a good start and put down a marker.”