Date: 21st November 2013 at 9:46pm
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Manager Alan Knill has said all he wants to say about our last two performances, and now he’s called on everyone to move forward and regroup.

Torquay have lost the last two without exception, a two nil loss to Chesterfield in the league backed up by an exit in the FA Cup to Rochdale and having said everything he wants to about those performances and results, the gaffer has told the Official Site that the only thing that matters now is moving on and having a proper focus for the game against Accrington, and getting the club back on track with a positive result.

‘It obviously bothers me that we’re now in the bottom two. The good thing is that we have a long way to go, but at the same time, we’re all aware that we need to pick up points and the last two performances haven’t been what we want.’

The annoyance for Knill is he was pleased with the performance against Bury and he was delighted with the result and really wanted us to build on it, so to see us throw Chesterfield as he’s talked about given the manner of the goals and the way we were performing, and then Rochdale, we threw that progress away and now have to start from scratch again if anything.

He is right that there is plenty of time left to rectify this, but the sooner we start the better as if we don’t get our form sorted and ease ourselves away from the bottom three places there will come a time where games become six pointers before we know it and in football when you are in a bad spell that point seems to come quicker than anybody expects.