David Artell described Saturday’s result against AFC Wimbledon as ‘acceptable’ in relation to performance. An in-form Alex extended their unbeaten run to 10 games but were held to 1-1 draw by Glyn Hodges’ spirited side.
Crewe made a sluggish start to the game and were punished inside the first two minutes with Joe Pigott heading the visitors into the lead. The Alex hit back through a tidy finish from Oli Finney just after the hour mark after new signing Billy Jones assisted by hitting the far post.
Artell told the crewealex.net: “Saturday was a disappointing performance from us but an acceptable result. We weren’t at our fluid best but we didn’t lose the game and have extended our unbeaten run to 10 games. That is not to be sniffed at and I’m sure there will be half the league wishing to trade places with us.
“We didn’t lose the game when it could have gone either way, so that is the real positive to take from it.
“We will go through it and not brush it under the carpet that is for sure and we will take the positives and more importantly analyse the negtatives.”