Under-fire Chesterfield boss Martin Allen has stressed winning games is the only thing on his mind after yet another defeat. The Spireites’ sorry slump continued as they fell to a sixth successive National League defeat, this time at Boreham Wood, report The Derbyshire Times.
And after going down 1-0, Allen admitted: “The bottom line at any football club is that you want to be picking up three points after every game and everything else is secondary to that – nothing is as important as winning games and giving our supporters some happy times, and at the moment that’s not been happening.
“It’s a very competitive, athletic and mobile league and when you’re coming to these sorts of places you’re coming up against fit, young and hungry players who are coming up in their careers – they’re hard places to play at.
“For sure I know there is still a lot of work to be done here, we have to make sure we’re doing the basic right first and foremost, and then everything else should fall into place.”
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