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📺 Mitch - The Boys Are Together

Town midfielder, Mitch Rose, believes that the team are together and now is a good time to iron out any blips.

12 September 2017

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Town midfielder, Mitch Rose, believes that the team are together and now is a good time to iron out any blips.

Speaking on iFollow Mariners, he said: “It’s obviously disappointing to lose any game, but the good thing is we’ve got a game tonight to go and rectify the disappointment of Saturday.

“It was the basics of marking on set-pieces. Other than the set-plays, we matched them all over the pitch. The set-plays let us down on Saturday.”

Mitch thinks it was more disappointing after the player’s performance against Crewe a week earlier.

He said: “The Crewe game we looked a strong outfit. Even on Saturday, in patches, we did look strong as well. Hearing comments from their players they were getting really frustrated.

“It’s just disappointing to come away from any game and lose 4-1.”

Mitch says that himself and his team-mates need to show some consistency now.

“I’ve just got to make sure for myself that it’s the consistency throughout the season, to keep performing like that (Crewe) on a regular basis.

“For the teams that do challenge for promotion, do challenge for titles, it is their consistency. Every team throughout the season will have a blip. The good thing that we are going through at the moment is, if you want to call it a blip, is that it’s happening now, as opposed to after January, closer to the end of the season. Now we can iron it out and get that consistency.”

The Town midfielder is pleased with how he has settled in and says that the group are together.

Mitch added: “I’m really enjoying it. There is a great bunch of lads. I’ve settled in really well and there is a mixture of youth and experience within the group. The group is together.

“There’s some really good banter. Some of the boys are top class boys.” 


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