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Andy Morrison photographed ahead of The Nomads' 2-0 defeat to Cefn Druids - © NCM Media

Morrison: Their desire was greater than ours

Date Published: Saturday, 28th April, 2018 - 1:15pm

Following The Nomads disappointing final game of the season at Cefn Druids, Andy Morrison spoke to Nik Mesney.

The poorest we've been...
"The first twenty minutes - half an hour tonight was the poorest we've been in two and a half years since I've been at the club. The opposite was when the second half started again and they put four, five balls into our half, George Horan heads the first five balls back, so you're immediately pushing the opposition back, you're immediately recycling the ball and going in the right direction, where we didn't win a single ball out of the first four, five they put up..."

We've come up short
"It's a lesson again in football - at whatever level you play, if you don't do those nuts and bolts and you don't do thise things right you'll get found out and you'll come up short and we did tonight, but we'll have a look at the video on Tuesday and it'll only be a positive way of looking at things to point out why we lost the game - it'll be very very simple for me to do it, it'll be very simple to show the reasons why we've come away with a defeat, 2-0 tonight...

Their desire was greater than ours
"It's not an excuse, and it's credit to Huw [Griffiths] and his team because like I said, their desire was greater than ours tonight and that plays a massive part in the way football games go."

You can watch Morrison's full post match comments including a look forward to the JD Welsh Cup Final below.


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