Chesterfield manager John Pemberton has said the club’s fans are entitled to be annoyed with their start to the season.

A 3-2 defeat at newly-promoted Wealdstone currently has the Spireites in the National League relegation places, with three points from their opening five games.

Speaking as part of his Thursday press conference, manager Pemberton said: “We’re disappointed with the result on Tuesday. You do your homework and hope that people do their jobs; sometimes they do it and sometimes they don’t.

“We need to deal with the key moments. We want to be able to deal with the crosses better than we did.

“The fans won’t be happy with where we are, obviously. We’re third from bottom; they’re entitled to be annoyed.

“When you lose a game, you want the next one to come around fast. The players are looking forward to Saturday (against Stockport County in the FA Cup); we know they’re a good side.”

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