Club's assistant manager says Crewe will learn from narrow defeat at Home Park.
Assistant manager Kenny Lunt says that Crewe Alexandra will be aiming to acquire points as well as plaudits next season. Lunt was pleased with the overall performance at Plymouth Argyle on Saturday but disappointed that the display did not result in any points from Home Park. Crewe had led through midfielder James Jones but saw that lead evaporate as the home side hit back with two goals in five minutes.
Lunt told the club’s official web-site: “We want both the plaudits and points. We want to play well but also win the game. That is the target and we didn’t do that on Saturday. We played well but didn’t get anything to show for it. I thought we deserved at least a point, if not all three.
“Normally, if you play well, you get your rewards but there are times when that doesn’t happen for you. There are also times when you don’t play as well and you manage to scrap something out a point or a win. That’s football but we want to perform like we did at Plymouth and not lose the game.
“We have played the team at the top of the league and were the better team for a lot of the game and that is why we were so disappointed not to get something.”