Writer: Site Staff
Date:Monday March 24 2014
The latest league one fixture saw Gillingham at home at the weekend as the battle to ensure they stay in league one continued.
Gillingham, looking to build on a run of five wins in the last six Priestfield games, suffered a 3-1 defeat to relegation threatened Crewe Alexandra on Saturday afternoon.
It wasn't a good enough performance by the Gills on Saturday with Peter Taylor admitting too much, bemoaning the 'below par performance' that too many players had with a chance of moving closer to another season in league one passed over.
The Gillingham boss said: 'Three points here would have seen us getting close to the line of survival.
'The players knew that, I knew that, I'm sure supporters knew that, but it wasn't to be. That was not a performance of the standards we've had. Too many players had a below-par performance.
'The reason we lost the match was because our performance wasn't good enough. It was a 'lacking energy'-type of performance, that's what I was disappointed with the most.
'We were happy playing long balls. We only started passing it better half way through the first half - I was expecting that at a second past three.
'I'm sure it happens all over the country - it makes football unpredictable.'
Crewe went ahead through Chuks Aneke early on before Amine Linganzi drew the Gills level, Aneke's second and then a striker from Mathias Pogba secured the relegation threatened side an important win.
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Date:Monday March 24 2014
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