Date: 15th April 2014 at 10:20pm
Written by:

Goalkeeper Ross Worner said not only was he delighted to have kept his tenth clean sheet of the campaign in the game against Southend United last weekend but he believes the game more than admirably demonstrates the fighting spirit within the dressing room.

Speaking to the Official Site the 24 year old also said that with the boost of confidence the result had given the team, he feels it has now set us up nicely for a strong end to the season.

‘The players put their bodies on the line and really fought for the result. Darren Jones, Andy Frampton and Barry Fuller were all solid and they’ve really helped Tom Richards, who is young and still learning. I was delighted with my own performance as well.’

Worner goes on to say that a key moment for him was when one of the opposition came through one on one and he knew he had to come out and get it, but more importantly get it right, just unfortunately for him the player left his leg in there and he took a smack to the face, and having spilt a bit of blood on the day, he did go home knowing he’d been in a game.

‘We got the win and that’s the main thing. We just have to keep going now and believe that we can win our remaining games.’

The keeper goes on to say that they had been preparing well all week, but that’s what they’ve done all season, however it really came off for us last weekend and he believes that they have more than proven they can compete and be ‘resilient’ in games but we have to keep fighting.

This site is looking for bloggers, so if a fan can offer us a genuine opinion from someone that supports them we would love to share it with the masses!

To email your own unique article/blog for publishing

Join The Vital Debate