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Morsy: “With the Players We’ve Got, Wins Will Come”

18 November 2014

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Sam Morsy reflected on the 0-0 draw with Crewe Alexandra but was pleased with his side's solid back-line, which has now kept three clean sheets in a row.

Despite injuries, the Spireites defence is now looking solid and Morsy believes it to be a good foundation to build on as the team looks to get back to winning ways in the league.

He said: “It was a good game today which I thought we dominated, the first 30 minutes we were terrific but that’s when we’ve got to take our chances.

“We had chances late on as well but to go away, take another point and achieve three clean sheets in a row is a good foundation.

“We keep doing what we’re good at, keep our good habits and with the players that we’ve got wins will come. Unfortunately, today it didn’t but next week we’ll go again and try and improve.

“We have players up top who can score and create goals and it’s just about being solid and when we can’t win we have to make sure we don’t lose.”

The midfielder himself put in another strong performance, with captain Ian Evatt believing Morsy and Jimmy Ryan are key to keeping clean sheets. 

However, by picking up his fifth yellow card of the campaign, Morsy will miss Saturday’s clash with Barnsley at The Proact.

He said: “It’s disappointing to get suspended but we’ve got a lot of good players to come in and make a claim to keep their spot in the team.

“It was a challenge that I couldn’t really get out of the way of but these things happen in football. It’s a squad game and people will come in and stake a claim. But while you’re out there you can’t really think of suspensions, you have to give everything whilst you’re on the pitch.

“If we do what we did today and keep improving then we’ve got every chance of winning next week.”

Morsy was also delighted with the large band of travelling Spireites that made the journey to Gresty Road and supported their team throughout the match.

He said: “It was unbelievable. The support they give us home and away is absolutely fantastic and we’re going to keep working hard to repay the faith they’ve put in us.”

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