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Reaction: Bwomono on the beating Colchester, stepping in for Demetriou and getting first team chances

8 November 2017

Right back reflects on the 2-0 win over Colchester United...

On the win…

Winning 2-0 it seems like it’s an easy win but it was a very hard, tough game that we had to prepare, we had to be mentally on it for the whole 90 minutes, but it’s always good to win. 

On stepping in for Jason Demetriou…

Obviously every chance I get I try to take. Demetriou has gone to represent his country which anyone would love to do, so whenever he does that I would love to step into the position and hopefully do as well as him.

On his attacking play…

I like to think of myself as a technical, attacking full back who can actually defend because that’s what I do first, I defend first. That’s what I’ve been working on, on the training ground. Trying to get more crosses, more forward passes into my game.

On Michael Turner…

It’s my second time playing with Michael as I played with him in an U23s game. He’s very experienced, you know what you’re getting from him; hard work and he talks me through the game.

On his chances for the rest of the season…

Of course my chances are limited in the way Demetriou is playing and of course he is an experienced player which the gaffer will want to go for. It’s just a case of me working hard on the training ground and putting in the hours to ensure when I do play I can play whenever.

If he’s surprised the way he has broken through this season…

Yeah of course. I didn’t expect for this to be happening but it’s happened and I’m very happy it’s happened. I just need to keep working hard for the opportunities.


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