Date: 30th September 2013 at 6:29pm
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On loan goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli has said that he believes Stanley’s point against Plymouth could well be the catalyst for us to start our season properly now.

Accrington are yet to pick up the first win of the season yet, and we’ve scraped two points from two draws, and our goalless draw against Plymouth last weekend brought to an end a six match losing streak and represented our first clean sheet of the campaign.

Speaking to the Official Site the goalkeeper believes that with the positives we can take from the game, and our improving form in matches of late, that point could well kick start a good run for the club now.

‘It feels like a win. I don’t think I’ve ever celebrated a point as much as that in my life, but as much as we’re delighted with the point we’re all saying to ourselves that we could and should have had three points.’

Bettinelli adds that we controlled large periods of the game, and had more than enough chances to have secured three points, so that simply has to be the aim in our next game and we have to be more clinical in front of goal so we can turn our form around.

‘We have to take this on now and kick our season on from here.’

It’s Dagenham and Redbridge up next who have had a pretty reasonable start to the season themselves so it’s not going to be an easy game by any stretch of the imagination, but if we keep going and keep plugging away who knows what might happen over the course of 90 minutes.

Bettinelli adds that spirit within the camp has been high all season despite our results, so everybody hopes sooner rather than later results start to give everybody something to cheer about.