Cheltenham boss – we didn’t have a shot to save

Cheltenham Town manager Michael Duff felt his side dealt “really well” with Port Vale and “showed the more quality.”

The 1-0 defeat was another desperately disappointing result for the Valiants who are in real danger of dropping out of the Football League. It means new Vale manager John Askey is yet to record a victory since being appointed successor to Neil Aspin.

I thought we dealt with their aerial threat really well. I don’t think Scott has had a save to make…

The result means Vale are now third from bottom in League Two – three points off Macclesfield Town who are in the dropzone.

Duff told the official Cheltenham Town website: “They are a big physical team. I thought we dealt with their aerial threat really well. I don’t think Scott has had a save to make.”

The Robins boss felt his side could have scored more goals adding: “It would have been nice to get the second goal – Scotty Brown has made an unbelievable save from Luke Varney and there’s another one he probably says himself he should have gone to head it.

“I thought we matched their desire, endeavour and competitiveness and added our quality in. We had the better chances and showed the more quality on the day.”

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