Clark's Confident Results Will Come for Cool Heed

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Clark's Confident Results Will Come for Cool Heed


Byline: Steve Brown Sports Writer steve.sports-brown@trinitymirror.com

THE FA Cup can wait.

For Gateshead this season promotion is everything, so for Ben Clark today victory is all.

Dover Athletic visit the International Stadium this afternoon with the Tynesiders reduced to sixth in the Vanarama Premier table - one place outside the play-offs - after three league games without a win and only one in their last six.

As club captain and a proud centre-back, Clark admits the Heed must begin to defend better.

It has been a problem this season new to Gary Mills' 14-month tenure and has permitted opponents late goals (and two penalties in three games), costing valuable points.

No one at Gateshead is in the mood to panic, however.

Clark notes there remains a long way to go, such runs happen and, most encouragingly, performances remain of the highest order.

Keep faith, he says, forget for now next Sunday's FA Cup second round tie at home to Warrington Town of Evo-Stik North - and the results will follow.

Results have "It's disappointing, especially last Saturday," said Clark, of a 2-2 draw at Torquay United.

been belowpar but "We scored in the 89th minute (through Rob Ramshaw, to go 2-1 up) and you think you're going to win the game but they went up the other end and scored.

we've been playing well Ben Clark "So the last few results have defi-nitely been disappointing but in terms of performances I think it's as well as we've been playing, ironically.

"The last three or four weeks we've been playing pretty well.

"We just haven't managed to get the results we wanted. Giving penalties away hasn't helped but we need to be better defensively, definitely.

"That's been a bit of a problem all season, we're working on that in training, and trying hard to rectify it.

"It would be a lot different if we weren't playing well but performances have been very good of late and we look like scoring in every game we play, which is fantastic. …

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