Gillingham assistant manager John Schofield writes exclusively for the KM Group
We are disappointed to have lost in
midweek but we’re not getting too down on ourselves.
Although there was disappointment,
there were also parts of the game which we were buzzing on.
What we have said all season is that
when we have been winning, we haven’t got carried away and now
we’ve had a defeat, it’s not nice but we’re not getting too low.
We’re just going to move on to the next game.
We have lost a game but you need to be
level because when the phone rings, it can change your life. It can
be good or it can be for the worse.
For Chelsea’s Roberto Di Matteo this
week, it was a phone call for the worse. It is never nice to see
anyone lose their job at any level and earlier this year, he led
the club to victories in the Champions League and FA Cup. Now he is
out of a job.
You have to be a special kind of
person to work in football. There are only 92 jobs and 92 assistant
managers. We are in a privileged position which every man and his
The majority of people watch football
and they all know better than we know and that’s why it is
brilliant – it’s the best job in the world!
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