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Crossley urges Spireites' squad to 'keep working'

Chesterfield's goalkeeper coach says everyone at the club needs to work hard o turn results around

The Spireites are 22nd in the National League, but have another chance tomorrow night away to AFC Fylde to improve the situation.

Crossley admits the side's defensive record hasn't been good enough: "I have to take some of that responsibility. It's the first time this has happened to me as a coach. The manager is obviously frustrated as well because he thought we'd be doing a lot better, but the reality is we're not."

Speaking about tomorrow's opponents, Crossley said: "They would have been expecting to be a lot higher up the table, so they are finding it tough as well.

“It’s going to be a battle tomorrow night, no doubt about it.

“Whoever battles the hardest will probably come out on top.”

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