Date: 30th October 2014 at 6:50pm
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Crewe Alexandra boss Steve Davis will continue to make tactical changes where necessary.

“We have to accept that other teams have better players” – Steve Davis

Davis has already used various systems this term and reverted to four at the back in the recent game with Sheffield United having gone with wing-backs for the previous four matches.

“We have to look how we can play slightly differently each week,” Davis told the Stoke Sentinel. “It might be subtle changes to catch them out, but you have to try and gain an advantage either through your system or tactics.

“If we play one player against the other player then we know there’s a disadvantage because we have to accept that other teams have better players,” Davis added. “If we can catch teams out, as we have done, we hope that’s enough to get us the win or get us a result. We have always thought that we’d have to try to outwit and outmanoeuvre our opponents rather than go man for man.”


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