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A great end to a tough week for Morrison

Date Published: Sunday, 2nd December, 2018 - 11:50am

Following Connah's Quay Nomads' 3-0 victory over Llandudno in the JD Welsh Premier League, Andy Morrison spoke with Will Catterall to give his thoughts on the result.

I owe them
"A great end to a tough week - football doesn't make things right, but going home tonight on the back of a defeat with the week I've had would have been a lot tougher, so as I've just said to the lads, I owe them a big one for that..."

Stick to the process and the result will take care of itself
"I thought it was a thoroughly professional, Connah's Quay-like performance - I spoke with a few of the players this morning, spoke about what we do as a football club and how we go about things and I said if they do that - it's what we've done now for many seasons, stick to the process and the result will take care of itself - and it did, great credit to Jay and Craig for flipping it on about 25 minutes, they just changed the shape - it wasn't really causing us a problem but we're at home and we want to go and ask the question of the opposition, we want to dominate posession, we want to dominate physically all over the pitch..."

Once we get the second goal, the game's over
"We scored at the right time - it's a shame we hit the post with a great move on about 44/45 minutes which then would have made it an easier afternoon, but once we get the second goal, the game's over - the pleasing thing for me is John's not had a save to make in 90 minutes and I thought we were thoroughly professional all over the pitch..."




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