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Morgan Ferrier: "We Need to Be Better at Seeing Games Out"

1:00 pm Monday, 29 October 2018
Walsall attacker Morgan Ferrier has spoken to the press following Saturday's League One victory over Wycombe Wanderers, and admitted that Saddlers boss Dean Keates was disappointed as his side became complacent in the latter stages of the second-half, making for a nervy final few minutes.
Goals from Andy Cook and Isaiah Osbourne had put the Saddlers into a two goals lead going into the last ten minutes of the game, but own goals from Luke Leahy (80'), and Dominic Gape (84') along with Alex Samuel's injury time strike saw the match end with the visitors disappointed not to get back on level terms.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Morgan said; "We know we should have been out of sight. We were 2-0 up with 10 minutes to play. At the end, I feel we were a bit complacent. And the gaffer had a go at us after because of that.

"We need to be better at seeing games out. But we got the three points which is the main thing. We had been on a sticky road so it was important we got the win."

Ferrier, who joined the club from Boreham Wood over the summer, went on to discuss how he feels the team needs to get back to what made them so successful at the start of the season, admitting that he and his teammates had let themselves down during recent outings.

He continued; "We have to play at a high intensity. I feel like in the last few games, that is where we have let ourselves down. We knew we had to get back to what we were doing at the start of the season.

"We were causing teams all sorts of problems with the way we play. The gaffer was drumming that into us all week. He wanted us to get back to what we can do and what we are best at.

"Against Wycombe we did play with that intensity. You could see everyone putting their bodies on the line, blocking balls. Of course the defenders, the entire team, want to keep clean sheets. But I feel after the run we’d been on, the most important thing was getting the three points."


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