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POST-MATCH | It was a good away performance with another clean sheet - Warne

8 February 2022

Paul Warne speaks following another win and clean sheet on the road at AFC Wimbledon...

"It was a good away performance and we kept another clean sheet.

"I think we've only conceded five away from home.

"From the outset and the first kick off, we were trying to win the game, we're trying to go after them - draws aren't any good to us.

"We're trying to grab every game by the throat and I thought we did really.

"We created enough chances to win and I think we deserved it.

"Mark has got the team really well-organised. They're good on set pieces and they defended them really well.

"That was my big fear. Every time we had a set piece the 'keeper came for it and they attacked at pace and that was the way I thought that they were going to score.

"Obviously I'm over the moon for JJ to score and for Angus to play.

"We were joking on the side of the pitch that we'd waited eight or nine months for him to play and then the first thing he did, he got a kick to the face.

"We'll get on the bus and look at the wounded bodies come Thursday.

"I think it's his [Will Grigg's] hammy. The way he was laid down and holding it, it looked like that. As soon as he went down I thought it was a problem and the early signs aren't great. He's getting a scan in the morning, so we'll know by this time tomorrow."


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