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Burgess eyes return to winning ways

22 January 2018

Defender Cameron Burgess is looking forward to the opportunity to get back to winning ways, with Doncaster Rovers the latest visitors to Glanford Park.

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The 22-year-old showed his disappointment at the weekend’s result, but told iFollow Iron a home local derby under the floodlights so quickly after the defeat at the weekend is a great way to have the opportunity to rectify things.

CB: It wasn’t good to concede three goals, first and foremost. I still think we could have won the game with the chances that we created, myself included, and some of the other lads. We obviously wanted the win, so it was disappointing. It’s not like us to concede goals like that and it contributed to the fact that we were so disappointed with the result. We have to move on and we have a game quickly to put it right. We have put it behind us and do what we’re good at and that’s to focus on ourselves and do the right things. If we do that, we will get back to where we were.

CB: It adds to the occasion (being under the lights). It’s a big game for us to hopefully get back to winning ways and it’s a local derby as well, so it’s extra special. This league has shown already this season that any team can beat anybody. Form is a big thing and Gillingham showed that. They never died, even when we got the equaliser and it’ll be the same against Doncaster and they’ve shown that at the weekend with their result against Shrewsbury. We have to be on it for 90 minutes, that’s for sure. We’ve played them a few times, in other competitions obviously. I think they’ve shown they can pass the ball well and have been a different sort of test. We have to show we can match that and I know we can. We’re definitely capable of doing that, so we have to play our own game.

CB: Training has been really competitive. We’ve got lads coming back from injury, lads coming in and there’s a lot of competition for places. It all adds to it, training has been pretty fierce and everyone is training well. The new lads are settling in really well.

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