Date: 6th May 2009 at 12:44pm
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Gary Waddock is hoping that his side can learn from their first season back in league football.

The Aldershot manager is hoping that his side have learned from this season, which ended with a 2-0 win at Lincoln, and can take it into next seasons League Two campaign: ‘Our form away from home has been poor, but we finished on a high,’ Waddock told the media. ‘The way we passed and moved the ball was excellent. With opportunities we created, we may be could have scored one or two more goals.

‘This season has been a learning curve for us, we have got to build on what we have achieved in the league this season.

‘I set the players a target of keeping a clean sheet, we achieved that and got three points away from home.’

Do you think that Aldershot can build on what they have achieved this season to have an even better one next season?

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