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Andy Morrison looks on as The Nomads face Bangor - © NCM Media

Morrison upbeat despite Bangor defeat

Date Published: Saturday, 17th February, 2018 - 1:35pm

Following The Nomads' 1-0 defeat at the hands of Bangor City, an upbeat Andy Morrison spoke to Nik Mesney.

Really pleased
"I'm really pleased with the performance - I'd go as far as to say it's the best we've played this season - we've dominated the game from start to finish with countless opportunities in the first half and not taken them... they're not clear-cut chances, if you're bang on and you get it right you'll score from them..."

Great credit to Bangor
"Give great credit to Bangor, you've got to go and score them and they've got to defend against it and they put their bodies on the line, they blocked everything we threw at them right up to the very last minute when the keeper's pulled off an incredible save..."

Rob Hughes
"Did well, just finding a little bit of space and little pockets and really pleased with him - he's got to move the ball a little bit quicker because he's just trying to get up to the pace of the game because they were pressing and closing well and we moved the ball and we managed to find Wiggy [Ryan Wignall] and Baks [Michael Bakare] and we've moved quickly so yeah really pleased with him and really pleased with everyone."

You can watch Morrison's full post-match interview below.




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