Cameron Norman: Walsall's Team Spirit 'One of the Best I've Seen'
 
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Cameron Norman: Walsall's Team Spirit 'One of the Best I've Seen'

Cameron Norman: Walsall's Team Spirit 'One of the Best I've Seen'

10:00 am Saturday, 11 January 2020  
Walsall right-back Cameron Norman has spoken ahead of this afternoon's League Two clash between the Saddlers and Cheltenham Town, and admitted he feels the spirit in the Saddlers camp is one of the best he has been involved in.
24-year-old Norman has featured in each of the last three matches, adding to a total of eighteen first-team appearances, and is among a group of players enjoying a good spell of form heading into tomorrow’s clash with the fifty-placed Robins.

The Norwich-born defender believes the team are reaping the rewards after battling through a difficult spell earlier in the season, and he also feels the heightened team spirit has played a huge part in the recent return to form

Speaking via the club's official website, Cameron said; "I think the team spirit is one of the best I’ve seen. The gaffer really drives that through us as well and the boys stick together through thick and thin.

"I think it’s almost a good thing that we’ve had that kind of period because now we won’t take this period for granted so like I said, the spirit in the group is good when we’re winning games or if the results aren’t going the right way we’ve got to stick together and that’s what we’ve been doing."

The Saddlers will be making the relatively short trip to Gloucestershire later this afternoon and will be looking to avenge the 2-1 defeat suffered at the Banks’s Stadium in the reverse fixture back in October.

And Norman, who is determined to rectify that result, insists the squad will arrive at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium full of confidence and with a point to prove.

Cameron continued; "I think if we didn’t go into it on a bit of a high, we’d be doing ourselves an injustice. It doesn’t mean we go there expecting to roll them over because they’re doing really well this season.

"We were disappointed when we had them at home that we didn’t really give our best that day so we’re definitely looking to rectify that but certainly going there on a high and expecting to get ourselves a result for the fans that will be travelling there."

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