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Andy Morrison looks on as his Nomads side defeat Barry Town United 3-0 - © NCM Media

Morrison reacts to Barry victory

Date Published: Sunday, 7th January, 2018 - 1:00pm

Following Saturday's 3-0 victory over Barry Town United, Andy Morrison spoke to Nik Mesney following the game.

Good Day
"Unluckily for them, they caught us on a really good day because where we dropped it maybe 10-15% against Druids - whether that was fatigue or whatever - they bounced back today, every single one of them were at it from the very start."

Could have been a lot more
"3-0 and it could have been a lot more - John [Danby]'s pulled off a save in the first half and apart from that he's not had a save to make - comfy, the odd cross here and there where we've peppered their goal - we've missed open goals, we've had balls cleared off the line, we've had shots, we've had crosses and we've looked very solid and organised."

Declan Poole
"I've gone on records many times talking about Declan and just how good a footballer I think he could be - he has every attribute you need to be a top player and he has, which stood out on the goal, was his pace - he's broke away two yards and by the time he's hitting the ball he's five or six yards clear of three chasing players - he makes good decisions, he's comfy in possession of the ball and I'm really really please for the lad..."

You can watch the full interview below.

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