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My own form has let me down

25 October 2013

Danny Mayor on his own form and looking forward to Wycombe on Saturday

‘We’ve had the change with the gaffer going out and Jeppo taking it as  caretaker, and to be fair, I think he’s done well with it.  We’ve got that team spirit back and we do have a bit of a laugh on the training ground.  We seem to be a lot sharper in training and we only hope that it comes into the game on Saturday now and go onto take three points.


Training has been sharper, before there were people standing about and it was a bit slow, but it has become a lot sharper in recent days and people have a smile back on their faces.  The previous managers training sessions were good, but we had so many players and we had people stood on the outside for too long, but we can’t blame him, he built a very good squad here, but maybe a few too many.

I’d like to see Ronnie get the job, he’s come in and put a buzz around the place and I’m definitely one of those backing him to get the job.

I’ve had a frustrating time, started one game and then not played.  To get the best form you need to be consistent and being in and out of the side hasn’t been the best for me, but neither has my own form, I have to improve.  It’s my end product that is missing, I can get past players but then the cross is out of play or in the stand.

You have to practice on the training ground and then hopefully take it into game.  If you’re good in training then you’re going to be good in the match, sometimes it’s just not been good enough so it’s down to me to improve on that.

It can be concentration and it can also be a lack of quality from my left foot, but that’s down to me to improve my left foot.  We had the best results when Craig Jones and I played, but he’s a big miss for the side at the moment, he’s got a lot of assists this season and a great player.  Chris Sedgwick has come in and shown his experience.  I used to clean his boots at Preston so I know how good a player he is.

To us, it doesn’t matter who we play, we do have a really good squad here and we don’t think we should be wary of anyone.  It doesn’t matter who the opposition is, we should be going into every game thinking we can take three points from it.  Nobody is setting the pace and that has helped us, if we can put a couple of wins together then we will be right back up there.  Things haven’t broken for us bit I don’t think we have anything to worry about.’

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