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McGahey: No team is there for the taking

1 November 2019

Harrison McGahey was frustrated not to take more from the game against Salford last weekend.

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He told iFollow Iron: “I think we should’ve got the win in the end but we’ll take the point. In the first half especially, we were dominant. We passed the ball and we created opportunities.

“They scored just before half-time which killed the momentum for us.

“In the second half, we found it a bit tougher. We couldn’t really get out and get pressure on the ball.”

The defender praised the first half performance but conceded Cameron Burgess’ header on the stroke of half time was a blow for the Iron.

“It was very disappointing but we’ve got to put that behind us now,” he explained. We were cruising at 1-0 and coming in at 1-1 at half time was tough.

“Hopefully it won’t become a regular thing for us away from home.”

McGahey is looking ahead to Stevenage on Saturday. The Boro moved off the bottom of the Sky Bet League Two table with a win over Morecambe.

He said: “It’ll be another tough game for us and another game we want to go and win. It’s at home so hopefully we can kick on and get the three points that we need.”

However, he insisted the Iron won’t underestimate Mark Sampson’s side.

He said: “No team is there for the taking in this league. We beat Exeter who were near the top of the league at the time 3-1.”

The 24-year-old also has been pleased with his own personal performances as he approaches 200 career appearances.

“I feel like I’m getting more consistency in my game and the lads are showing it in the team too," he continued.

“I didn’t really know about that until now. But getting the minutes on the pitch shows I’m doing something right!”

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