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18 November 2013

Gills Manager delighted with travelling support

Gills Player. Watch Peter’s post match interview on

“If you are in charge of any team and they work very hard for you then you can sleep at night.”

“He has allowed me to bring in three players already and to me I’m still going to try and get a couple more. He has been first class and the players have responded, that’s the most important thing.

He added: “I’m delighted with that; I have worked hard since I have been in there. I’ve enjoyed every second of it and the Chairman has been outstanding. I’ve explained to him the things I think we need to improve the team.

, and he said he is pleased to have been confirmed as the man at the helm. Peter was appointed permanent manager until the end of the season The game was the first since

“He looked exceptionally good, all of the players did a job and I’m really pleased with them.”

"Elliott Hewitt looked very accomplished to me – I know he has played some U21 football but he hasn’t played a lot.

“He then got cramp, it was a full debut for John Mousinho and I thought he did very, very well - he won balls where a lot of people couldn’t have won because of his legs.

He said: “Craig’s been without a club and that shows in Football you can never relax. We didn’t expect him to play longer than an hour but he had to stay on longer because of the subs we had to make before that.

all starting the match, and although Peter was delighted with the entire squad, he was particularly pleased for his new recruits to have winning starts. Craig Fagan and John Mousinho, Elliott Hewitt Three players made their full debuts with

“I think we’re 14th now which the lads are really pleased with.”

He said: “I’m delighted for them; they put in a few bob to come a long way and watch their team. Their support was fantastic, they’ve had a changeable season but thankfully its calming down now, thankfully we can get on and get a few more points.

and the Manager was appreciative of their efforts to make such a long trip to encourage the team. 600 fans made the trip to Yorkshire Over

Peter Taylor said he was delighted for the Gills supporters who witnessed the 2-1 win over Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Saturday.

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