Micky Adams has conceded that he may have “picked the wrong side” after Vale’s poor home defeat to Chesterfield but the manager says there’s “no panic and no crisis.”
At the moment, it’s difficult to pick a side I feel confident in, but it’s all about how you bounce back…
Speaking to the Sentinel Adams said: “We’re still second in table and we’ve given ourselves a platform to work from.
“I’m sure there are lots of teams below us who would snatch your hand off if you said they could change places with us.
“There’s no panic and no crisis, certainly not in our own minds, but we need the bigger players to come alive again and show everybody what they’re capable of doing.”
“Maybe I picked the wrong side, but every time you lose a game you are always thinking that anyway.
“Certainly the supporters will always tell you you’ve picked the wrong side, sometimes even when you’ve won a game. You can never win in that respect.
“We have had two disappointing performances against Bradford and Chesterfield with virtually two different sides.
“At the moment, it’s difficult to pick a side I feel confident in, but it’s all about how you bounce back.”