Michael Flynn on a Welcome Point and Final-Third Frustration Michael Flynn on a Welcome Point and Final-Third Frustration
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Michael Flynn on a Welcome Point and Final-Third Frustration

Michael Flynn spoke to the media shortly after full-time.
Walsall Head Coach Michael Flynn has spoken to the press and welcomed his side's latest point, but admitted he was frustrated by their slow start to the game.

Taking on Grimsby Town on the back of a welcome win over Gillingham, the Saddlers continued to struggle in the final third and had to rely on an effort from their captain to take a share of the spoils.

After falling behind to Bryn Morris' first-half opener, the Saddlers bounced back in the second forty-five as Donervon Daniels made his way to the other end of the pitch and nabbed his second goal of the campaign.

Speaking to the assembled media, Michael said; "We didn't get going early enough we took too long to do that and by that time they were ahead.

"This is a difficult place to come at the best of times and you can't give them a goal start. We played well in the second half and with a little more poise and cutting edge we could have won.

"A draw was probably a fair result on reflection but I will never settle for that and I don't think we did today-we were pressing until the end."
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