Adams eyes end of Town blip

Midfielder Nicky Adams believes Crawley Town's bad run of form in League One will soon come to an end.

Last Updated: 26/11/12 at 17:59

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Adams: Feels they'll soon turn the corner

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The Red Devils were beaten 2-0 by Crewe at the weekend to stretch their winless run to five games and they have fallen out of the play-off places in npower League One.

But Adams is confident that the club is well placed to continue their promotion challenge.

"Things are not going for us at the moment," he told BBC Sussex. "We are playing some good football and creating a lot of opportunities but we are not putting them away.

"If your not winning games and not playing well that is not good. We're still playing good football, just not getting the breaks at the moment.

"You are going to have a blip. We've had it now and are only three points off the play-offs."

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