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MCGLASHAN: THERE IS MORE TO COME

31 August 2014

Jermaine McGlashan talks to the media following the 2-0 win over Crewe Alexandra at MEMS Priestfield Stadium

2-0 win over Crewe Alexandra at MEMS Priestfield Stadium on Saturday.Jermaine McGlashan said there is more to come from the Gillingham squad following the


, was voted `Man of the Match` after a stunning display which saw him involved in a number of attacking moves for the hosts.who signed for the club in the summerThe winger,


Bradley Dack and Cody McDonald bagged the goals, and Jermaine revealed he was eager to impress after being told he would start.


He said: “I got the nod to come in and it’s my first home start so I wanted to show the fans a bit of what I can do and I’d like to think I did it, but most importantly we got a win and a clean sheet.



“It was important we took the game to them and we showed we weren’t going to give them any time on the ball.


“We are starting to gel a bit more, we’ve got a good squad and players who can come in and it’s good that the gaffer can change a system and there is more to come from everyone, myself included.”


Jermaine nearly sealed the points with a goal for himself; however his effort came off the post as he recalled: “It was a great cross from Brennan, it just hit my head and saw it come off the post,” he said.


“It would have been nice to wrap up the game but 2-0 is happy days and we got three points.”



here.For Peter Taylor's post match reaction, click


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