Scott Guyett spoke to the press after helping his side keep a clean sheet in the home draw against Swindon on March 11th 2006.
Qu: Scott, it has been a long time since you got a 0-0 draw, are you pleased with the point?
SG: The way we played - yes. A point was a good point. I dont think that we played particularly well today. Looking back on previous performances today was a little bit disappointing. If we played as well as we have done against Chesterfield, we would have won today. We just couldnt get into gear really today.
Qu: Are you pleased defensively to have got the clean sheet?
SG: As a defender your first goal every match is to try and keep a clean sheet. It is a second one in three games so that is a positive. I thought that we dealt well with their front two and it is probably the only positive out of the game.
Qu: It was nice for you to have got another first team start, how do you think you did personally?
SG: I was quiet happy. Obviously I was disappointed to lose my position through no fault of anyone elses but my own with getting a virus. Obviously I went to the bottom of the pecking order. I just had to bide my time and I got the chance to play. I am pretty pleased with how I played.
Qu: What did you make of the Jamie Cureton miss which hit the woodwork?
SG: They had a few good chances today and that was probably the closest they came and thankfully it stayed out.
Qu: Do you look at the table after every game or is that something that you avoid?
SG: That is about all I look at to be honest with you. I dont read any newspapers or anything like that. It has been said quite a few times that a couple of good results can shoot you up the table. So there is no point getting all panicky about it now. I think come mid-April if you are stuck down there that is the time to panic. Right now you have got to remain positive because the games are coming thick and fast.
Qu: Is there any news on Terry Skivertons injury?
SG: I think he has pulled his hip slightly. It wont be long term. He may miss Monday or Tuesday but I am sure that he will be back middle or end of the week.
Qu: The central defenders at Yeovil dont seem to have a lot of luck do they?
SG: I know when I joined Yeovil I was told that they did have a problem of centre-halves going down injured at the same time. Adam Lockwood and I had that problem last season. It is just one of those things I guess. We are lucky that we have quiet a few centre-halves that can play in various positions. In that respect it is quiet good.
Qu: Is it a sharp disruption for you switching you centre-half in the middle of the game when Skiverton went off injured?
SG: No not really. I stayed in my position anyway and Locky has been playing centre-half for the last few weeks. Before I had my virus I think that I played with Sodje, Skivo, Milesy, and Adam. It is just good that everyone can slot into those positions and do a job.
Qu: Do you get more nervous as a player playing in so called six pointers?
SG: No because a lot people say it is a big game with Swindon being down there also but I dont go along with that. I think that every game is a massive game. Swindon today is no bigger than Bournemouth next week.
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