By , January 16, 2013 8:57 pm

The Crewe Alexandra manager Steve Davies has said that he is extremely confident that the players will be able to put in another run at home after their recent record at Gresty road came to an end with the 2-1 defeat at the hands of Stevenage. Crewe came into the match looking for the fifth consecutive home victory, which would have given them a great opportunity to close the gap on the top six positions. However, they suffered a surprising defeat at the hands of Stevenage, which has left the team in the 11th position. Davies, though, is not worried about this defeat and he is hoping that his team manage to put another run at the home ground.

The manager has also praised the never say die attitude of the players, which has helped them a lot in recent weeks. It looked like the club are heading for another victory when the midfielder Aneke opened the scoring after just 32 min on the clock. However, they conceded two goals in the matter of 5 min in the second half to lose the match. Akins equalised for Stevenage in the 55th minute before Haber put the away team ahead after just 5 min. Stevenage overtake Crewe Alexandra as a result of this victory.

“The players are all down and very quiet, which is brilliant to see. They expect to play games and win now, which is a great change of attitude over a short period of time. I was more than happy with the performance. It was good enough to win the game. We just lost control for a short period in the second half which cost us. We’ve got a never-say-die attitude at the club and we will work hard and I have confidence we will put it right,” said Davies.

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