Date: 11th November 2015 at 3:43pm
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Manager Steve Davis insists he is still the right man to take Crewe Alexandra forward.

“It’s become popular to sack managers because people get fed up of them” – Steve Davis

The Railwaymen have struggled badly
so far this season with just three league wins in sixteen games and were knocked out of the FA Cup by non-league Eastleigh at the weekend.

However, Davis, 50, celebrates four years in charge later this week and remains confident in his own ability to restore better times to Gresty Road.

“If there’s a better man out there who can do a better job, I’m sure the board will recognise that and I understand,” he told BBC Sport. “It’s become popular to sack managers because people get fed up of them.

“I don’t think that young fans understand the importance of continuity at football clubs,” Davis continued. “We have a challenging world at Crewe but it’s a job I thoroughly enjoy and I’m 100 per cent with the club and want to improve.”

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