Gary delighted with FA Trophy progression

Greensnet Editor
Sun 02 Nov 2014, 22:43

Gary McCann was delighted with the win at Bury Town yesterday, and also had an update on Lee O'Leary's injury.

He said, "I felt we started very well and created a few good chances. But we didn't take them.

"It was a sloppy goal to concede and it let them back into the game. We weren't happy with how we finished the half and we addressed it at half-time.

"We were in the ascendancy in the second half. We could have won more comfortably, but we took the wrong the decisions in some very good attacking situations.

"Bury are a much better team now than they were when we met on the opening day of the season. They caused us more than a few problems.

"I am really pleased to advance to the next round. The FA Trophy is very important to us. Now I am hoping for a kind draw in the next round.

"The one negative and it was a big one - the injury to Lee O'Leary. We did all the tests for the most major injuries and the good news is that they were negative.

"However, we will have to wait for the joint to settle down before we can make a more definite diagnosis."