I spoke to Man of the Match, Oliver Bozanic after today?s much-needed win against Ebbsfleet. He said that he had been looking to go on loan to another club from Reading and when Woking approached them he was happy to come to Kingfield, to get some games under his belt, and to help the team.
?I started on the left today but moved inside when Paolo Vernazza was injured, which I was happy with as I have a slight preference for playing in the middle. I very much enjoyed the game and was pleased to help the team to get a win. I?m very comfortable with taking free kicks and corners and can contribute in this way as well as in general play. I?m looking forward to the next game on Tuesday when we can, hopefully, continue to move up the table.?
Thanks to Oli for his comments.
John Moore also caught up with a delighted Phil Gilchrist following the first win at home since September. He was very pleased with the overall performance saying, " it was good to finally win at home after such a long time and today's performance set the tone for what I'm looking for from the players."
He was also delighted with the debut of Oliver Bozanic, commenting that, " he brought us some quality and also showed his versatility when he moved inside off the flank when Vernazza went off injured early on." He was just disappointed his performance wasn't rewarded with a goal, having hit the bar with a free-kick in the first-half.
Finally, he made it very clear that he's expecting more of the same from the players on Tuesday night against Eastbourne, commenting that, "it's vital we pick up as many points as possible from the next three league games, which are all at home."