Date: 16th November 2015 at 3:35pm
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Manager Steve Davis concedes some of his younger players are struggling to meet current demands.

“There’s a problem with one or two being frightened at times” – Steve Davis

The Railwayman remain at the bottom of the table following their latest weekend defeat at Bradford City – having won just three of their opening seventeen games.

“They’ve got warriors all over the pitch
and what I saw from our academy lads was concerning,” Davis admitted to BBC Radio Stoke. “I can’t fault our commitment but there’s a problem with one or two being frightened at times.

“There’s a hell of a lot of youth in the group and they’re looking around for a bit of help at times,” he added.”It’s a men’s league and a lot of players are dropping down from Championship clubs alongside very good League One players – it’s a real baptism for these young players.”


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