Date: 28th January 2007 at 12:21pm
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Martin Foyle spoke to Radio Stoke after yesterdays goalless draw at Brighton.


‘Any point away from home is a good point, and on top a clean sheet. Joe Anyon saved us, I thought he brought off three great saves. I thought we defended ok, I don’t think they really hurt us.’

Foyle had these thoughts on our own shortcomings yesterday…

‘Our problems are our own problems, three substitutions, players playing out of position – we couldn’t really get into gear. I knew we’d tire, I thought the last twenty would be a big problem for us. Malvin hasn’t played much, Luke hasn’t played much, Leon hasn’t played for quite a while, and Danny Sonner as well.’

‘I’m delighted with the point, but we know we have to go and prove in that final third.’


Foyle was asked about the injuries picked up in the game…

‘Ross (Gardner) took a blow to the hip early doors, so again we had to put one or two (players) out of position. Paul Harsley, it was a bad tackle – theres no question about that – but the lad got away with it. Harsley may be struggling for a little bit.’

On the returning Danny Sonner…

‘Danny did very well, he won alot of headers… he hogs the middle of the pitch, and if he does what I tell him to do he’s a good player. I know he can be a good team player and I thought he was influential today.’

 

One Reply to “Foyle happy with point”

  • Foyle doesn’t like Danny Sonner, but at least he can acknowledge that he is our best player in the midfield.

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