The unbeaten home record was surrendered as the Dons never really got going at StadiumMK.
Graham Alexander’s chose to make one change from the team that drew with Notts County with Dean and Eisa swapping places.
We’ve mentioned previously that our league position and results don’t tell the truth. We’ve more than flattered in several of our wins and that we’ve been found out.
We hear that, yet again, the players need to learn and do things better, yet the performances and attitudes aren’t improving.
Stockport had more imagination, desire, work rate, and togetherness than we did. They weren’t technically a better team, but they earned their victory.
One of only two real positives were the different corner routine in the first half and Jack Paynes introduction providing a bit of an excitement.
Several times, for large periods of the second half, there was no one standing in the technical area. No direction. Nothing. If the players weren’t performing. If the players weren’t applying the game plan, then surely there should be some activity to change things?
Several of the team need a long, hard look at that one again on Monday. The next three league games are key to our season as the pressure begins to mount on Alexander.
Tucker. Player of the Match? Doubting I was even at the game today.