Sheridan to step up hunt for frontman

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CHESTERFIELD boss John Sheridan looked back on the weekend 6-2 debacle at MK Dons and vowed to make changes.

He said: “I’ve got to look at my players that have played five games, of which we’ve lost four. I’ll look at the whole team; everyone knows we need strikers. But we’re in a bigger division with better players and you can’t just play in little patches,. You’ve got to be at it for most of the game.

“I know I’ve got to bring players in and I’m trying my damndest to do that.”

Sheridan added: “We haven’t started the way we wanted to have started, so it’s up to me as the manager.

“This is the sort of time you sometimes find people out. You’re losing one or two games so the players and me, we’ll stay together and work things out.

“I’m very confident we’ll get where we want to get. We’re losing games, we’re not getting the results we want, so I need to do something, and I’ll do that.”

The Spireites boss also poured cold water on speculation about bringing Newcastle reserve striker Ryan Donaldson to the B2net. “I’ve never heard of him,” he said.

Sheridan indicated there’d been ‘a snag’ with Alex Mendy’s international clearance, but he expected it to be cleared well ahead of the weekend trip to Exeter.