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Morrison: 'What's meant to be will be'

Date Published: Saturday, 21st April, 2018 - 12:28pm

Following The Nomads' 3-1 defeat to TNS, Andy Morrison spoke to Nik Mesney to give his thoughts on his sides first defeat in seven games.

Didn't take our chances
"...as the night's gone on, the pitch has got a little bit quicker and they're going to move it really well and quick and you could just see today that they've just got that extra bit of quality - we had the chances to finish the game off and we didn't take them."

Fantastic performances
"Again there was some fantastic performances tonight, I thought Callum [Morris] was immense again, I thought Rob Hughes was very very good, Andy [Owens] caused them all sorts of problems but it's just not our night."

What's meant to be will be
"The way the season's gone so far, we expect nobody to do us any favours - it's going to come right down to the final game and we guessed that when we looked at the permeatations at the start of the split - it looked like it would come down to the final game of the season and it will be and we'll be ready for that and what's meant to be will be." You can watch Morrison's full interview below.




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