O'Donnell playing for Alex future

16 November 2009 10:23
Defender Danny O'Donnell admits he is playing for his Crewe future after returning to the starting line-up against Morecambe on Saturday.He told BBC Radio Stoke: "My fortunes have been similar to the team's fortunes in many respects. But there's been a lot of support from everyone. [LNB]"You have to take your chance. My contract is up at the end of the season and it's the nature of the business." [LNB]The 23-year-old made his first start since 24 September in the 2-1 defeat. [LNB]Crewe were booed off after their ninth defeat in 11 matches and the former Liverpool defender said supporters had every right to vent their frustrations. [LNB]"They pay good money to come and watch us play," he said.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "Like any group of supporters, they feed off the team and the team feed off them. It's down to us to produce for them. [LNB]"The fans can see that we're more than capable of performing. If we manage to perform more consistently, we're more than capable of doing a lot better." [LNB]Crewe are 18th in League Two and are next in action on Saturday when they visit Northampton. [LNB]Right-back John Brayford is expected to be fit for the trip to Sixfields, despite being forced off against Morecambe with a shoulder injury.

Source: BBC_Sport