Mariners boss upbeat despite loss

12 April 2009 01:00
Michael Symes' header ended the Mariners' three-game unbeaten run but Newell immediately switched his focus to Monday's game at Notts County. He said: "It's a frustrating day for us and there is a bit of nervousness around the place. But it's still in our hands with four games to go. We have a big game at Notts County on Monday now and then next week against Port Vale. "If we can get back to the performances of recent weeks then we have a great chance in those next two games. "I would have settled for a point. It's not the result we wanted but we weren't at our best and I would probably have been happy with 0-0. "At home of late, we have been dominant but for one reason or another we weren't at the races and didn't create any clear cut chances until the second half."

Source: Team_Talk

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