Gulls not there yet, says Buckle

16 May 2011 11:56
Torquay United manager Paul Buckle says his side are not feeling complacent about their League Two play-off match at Shrewsbury on Friday.The Gulls go into the second leg full of confidence after comfortably beating the Shropshire side 2-0 at Plainmoor. [LNB]But Buckle told BBC Radio Devon: "If we had won 5-0 or they had beaten us 2-0, it would still be far from over. [LNB]"We will only know who is going to Old Trafford when the referee blows the final whistle at Shrewsbury on Friday." [LNB]Goals from Chris Zebroski and Eunan O'Kane saw Torquay claim victory in the first leg, but the Gulls spurned some excellent chances to increase their advantage in the second half.[LNB] "We have got to go to Shrewsbury, work hard for each other and be positive" Torquay manager Paul Buckle "There is a tinge of disappointment as we created a lot of chances and we were desperate to get the third goal," Buckle added. [LNB]"Since I've been manager here at Torquay, our mentality has been to go out and win every game. [LNB]"That will be no different on Friday. We have got to go to Shrewsbury, work hard for each other and be positive. [LNB]"If we can put in a performance like the match at Plainmoor, then I see no reason why we can't go out and win," he said. [LNB]Torquay or Shrewsbury will face either Stevenage or Accrington in the League Two play-off final at Old Trafford on Saturday 28 May.

Source: BBC_Sport