I KNEW we were in trouble when I found out Chesterfield hadn't won at home since November!
Just like at Bradford, we always seem to be the ones who suffer as these statistics are put right.
Before the game in the town centre, I was chatting with some Chesterfield fans who are delighted with their season.
They all thought they would get relegated because, in the last few years, they've had to battle for survival on the very last day.
So, to reach 50 points with this victory is a massive relief to them and I only hope that we can follow suit before any of the clubs below us start to make up more ground.
Personally, I think we will be okay, although our form away from home is abysmal and needs addressing.
I just hope we can sustain the recent home inprovement when Stockport come `over the hill' on Saturday.
We will need to finish our chances a lot better, that's for sure.
I was impressed with Ahmed, who looks a really promising `find' this season, and our first-half performance against an ordinary Chesterfield side suggested we would take at least a point, with Boothy and Brandon missing the best of the openings.
Although I was a long way away from the incident, I couldn't believe it when Tom Clarke got a straight red card for conceding the first penalty just after half time and that really changed the game.
We were stretched again for the second penalty and I thought Sodje was a bit unlucky to be sent-off, although it was just the sort of game (and just the sort of referee) where he was likely to land in trouble.
It was hard to assess the bulk of the second half with being down to 10 and then nine, but I was pleased with the effort.
It would have been easy just to cave in, but we didn't and Mirfin deserved his goal.