An under-fire Chesterfield FC director says a social media message he sent to the club’s former mascot was a ‘friendly warning.’Ashley Carson responded to comments made on Facebook by Paul Bullock, who previously held the role of Chesterfield the Field Mouse at the Proact, with a private message. Mr Bullock, however, says he took the company director’s words as a threat. The incident has provoked a backlash from Town fans, who chanted ‘Ashley Carson get out of our club’ at Carlisle on Saturday.
On Saturday at Carlisle, for the first time in Chesterfield’s run of four straight defeats, you couldn’t see where a point was going to come from. The Spireites were second best in a humdrum, scrappy game that ended 2-0 to the hosts and perhaps served up the biggest warning sign of the season. Another few performances of this ilk and the trapdoor will have begun to creak open at the foot of League Two.
Chesterfield players spent an hour today holding each other accountable, but crucially in Jack Lester’s eyes, not throwing blame around. The Spireites held a team meeting in which they discussed solutions to their current form and predicament. On Tuesday Town were beaten 3-2 by Cambridge United with the last kick of the game, suffering a third straight defeat at the Proact. According to the manager, today’s meeting allowed the squad to clear the air openly and honestly, without pointing fingers.
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