Gorham joy at Ransomes success
RANSOMES manager Peter Gorham said that victory in the final of the Omnico Cup is certain to lead to bigger and better things at the club.He said: “We deserved to win, although Grundisburgh put us under pressure for the last 20 minutes.
RANSOMES manager Peter Gorham said that victory in the final of the Omnico Cup is certain to lead to bigger and better things at the club.
He said: “We deserved to win, although Grundisburgh put us under pressure for the last 20 minutes.
“It was a great team performance and there is plenty of spirit in the squad.
“We laid the gauntlet down before the start, and did the business on the pitch.
“I was left speechless as this has been a long time coming for me.
“We have some excellent young players at the club and we are about to go places. This is the icing on the cake after a lot of hard work over the last nine months.”
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Micky Squirrell, the joint Grundisburgh manager with Kevin Cunningham, praised Ransomes for their defending.
“Andrew Jacobs was superb at the back for Ransomes and they defended well and were very resolute,” he said.
“We had a lot of the ball in the first half but didn't create too much.
“Ransomes' goal was a good one and it was a close game that could have gone the other way.
“It has still been a good season for us and we are proud of what we have achieved.”