Date: 19th March 2015 at 3:11pm
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Chairman John Berylson has admitted this season has been far from what anybody wanted, but he retains hope for the future.

Speaking ahead of Tuesday evening’s scoreless draw with Brighton and Hove Albion – a game he was in attendance for – Berylson told the official site that plans were already in place, with eight games to go, to prepare for next season come what may with our league status.

‘Everybody knows what some of our younger players are doing and the average age at this club has to come down. It’s obvious to anybody that it’s easier to do that in League One than the Championship but, regardless, the work has to get done. We would rather be in the Championship and I certainly haven’t given up. It is now down to the players so let’s see how big their hearts are. I know we have to do some work but one way or the other the future is bright. This is no fun but there are things we have to do in the future to make this better for all of us.’

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