Reaction from Gills keeper following Saturday's defeat away from home.
Gills keeper Glenn Morris is hoping the team can bounce back straight away following the weekend's 2-0 defeat at Walsall.
Morris made a couple of big saves during the game, including one in the opening seconds. However, he could not do much to keep out Isaac Hutchinson and Conor Wilkinson’s goals.
With a quick turnaround, Morris realises that the fixture against Crewe on Tuesday evening is a good opportunity to get back on track.
Verdict of the game…
In the first half, it didn’t seem like there was a lot in the game. We felt like we were right in there. We had a few chances, and you go in at half-time, and you think that you’re going to regroup and go on. The goal sort of killed us a little bit. It set us back, and we couldn’t manage to get a foothold in the game after that, and it was just one of those evenings where it didn’t happen for us in the end.
The first goal…
He’s had a shot and in any level of football, you’ve got to take your chance and shoot. He’s done that, and it’s hit someone and gone in. That’s what we needed today, but it didn’t quite happen for us at the other end.
You’re just hoping that it goes wide, but it didn’t. That’s football.
Bouncing back against Crewe…
On Tuesday, we've got a chance to put it right at home. It's a big game. Nothing is done and dusted yet this season. We've got to make sure that we pick up results and climb away from the bottom of the table as quickly as possible.
We want to be able to bounce back. Hopefully, it’s just a bump and a blip. We’ve got to make sure that our standards are good in training, and we kick on and go again Tuesday.