Stevenage 0 Grimsby 0 Cheltenham 2 Forest Green
ALEX REVELL has urged his side to keep being creative. Stevenage are winless in seven matches after missing chances against Grimsby.
“There’s not been many performances this year I’ve looked at and gone ‘I’m disappointed with that’ it’s just the fact we haven’t scored the goals,” Stevenage manager Revell said.
Grimsby boss Ian Holloway said: “I want us to have a bit more understanding.”
MICHAEL DUFF believes the race for the title is wide open after Cheltenham moved into third place.
Goals from Will Boyle and Andy Williams put the Robins in command before Aaron Collins’ penalty halved the deficit. Duff said: “I do think it is more open, due to circumstances and the weirdness of this season generally.
“You are getting strange results and home advantage doesn’t seem to count for anything at the minute.”
Forest Green boss Mark Cooper said: “If you give goals away, you leave yourself with a mountain to climb.”