Date: 21st September 2014 at 6:08pm
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Manager Paul Cook has said that he feels Chesterfield have adjusted well to life in League One and whilst he’s disappointed with our loss to Doncaster Rovers, he’s not going to let it get him too down.

We find ourselves in fifth place in the league despite the three two defeat yesterday and the gaffer told the Official Site that although he’d have obviously preferred a point, he was pleased with the way the lads fought themselves back into the game having been two goals down.

‘I think we have equipped ourselves really well at this level, and you can see by what the supporters think at the end because they know that we have done our best. We have moved up a level and the level of finishing has also moved up. I feel sick for the supporters because we have let them down when they travelled across, but we had enough chances to get something from the game. Our supporters were a credit.’

Whilst he’s pleased with how we’ve began life in League One and with our efforts in the Doncaster game, he does admit that he was disappointed in how we let them get two clear in the match.

‘We are an honest group and we have to defend better than that. We just spoke to them after the game, we spoke for ten minutes about it at half time and then we conceded straight after half time. A manager can come out and make excuses about personnel changing but we have to work hard on the training ground and be better than that.’

I suppose a positive from that is we are still adjusting to the new level, we are playing well but clearly there is still room for improvement and that will come with more experience, more time on the pitch and so on, so at least there are things that are being identified that we can get better at which is what it’s all about.

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