Yes I agree with you, this break could very much help in using the time to recharge the batteries and regroup, and buy precious time for the Manager to orchestrate an attempt to launch a another charge to break in to the top six.
This appears to be a consequence of having a paper thin squad, which has been caused by not taking adequate provision to ensure any promotion charge is provided for, and cover any injuries etc that may occur, which was more likely to happen than not.
What is dissapointing is that there was an ideal opportunity to avoid this in the January window by bringing in enough cover, and not loaning out and selling players at that time. In fact more players were allowed to go out through the exit door than come in, which this alone I find difficult to comprehend.
What is frustrating is that the club knew well before the window, that this was neccessary , but lack of vision, foresight, qualification and experience, by those running the club, have contributed in being instrumental to the situation we find ourselves in now.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating.
The good news is that despite the dissapointment of only acrueing one point out of the last two home matches. We are only one point shy of a play off place.
Thank goodness our away results have kept us in the hunt, which gives me encouragement that all is not lost. It's a tough ask, but it can be done, coupled with the fact that the football is not only easy on the eye, but is a pleasure to watch, it's worth the admission fee.