Summer signing Reagan Ogle has previewed Tuesday night's away game against Woking.
The Iron right-back began by reflecting on his time at the Iron so far, saying: “It would have been better if we got the win on the weekend (against Maidenhead), and went two wins on the bounce, but unfortunately it wasn’t meant to be.
"I feel like the lads put in a solid performance in that second half, and that 15 minutes (in the first half) and the lapse of judgement is what killed us in the long run. I’m confident we can put it right going into the game on Tuesday."
“The conditions, and the way they played, stopped us in terms of how we wanted to play. We had to adapt, change our game, and we did still create chances from that, but we just have to make sure we put them in the goal next time.”
Ogle believes the defeat can work as a learning curve though, adding: “You can’t rule out anyone in this league, especially the part-time teams, as everyone’s on their bandwagon and supporting them, so you can never rule them out. We can definitely take things from the game, and learn, and move on.”
The Australian spoke about tomorrow night's long trip down to Woking, explaining: “There’s going to be a few long trips and a few hard grafts [this season], but the lads are up for it and we want to bounce back as soon as possible, and get this win.
“They’re going to be physical, and I feel they’re going to be direct, again similar to Maidenhead. We know what to expect, we’ll adapt to the way we need to play in the game, and go from there.”
Finally, Ogle reflected on his own performances so far, concluding: “I’m happy with the way I’ve come in, and started off. I’d like to obviously chip in with a few assists here and there, and hopefully get a goal or two on the way, but we’ll just have to wait and see.”
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