Dunfermline Athletic

Post Match Interviews

Author: Stuart Meldrum Date: Sunday, 12th Aug 2007

Highlights from interviews given by Stephen Kenny and Jim McInally after the game against Greenock Morton at EEP.


Jim McInally
Jim is delighted at the result after what he called a dissapointing mid-week. He told his players at half-time that there was no way they could continue to allow Dunfermline to push on but was pleased all of his players kept their discipline. McInally also believed that his side had numerous chances to put the game away at a club he describes as being at the top end of the league, with a crowd that would run out of patience, fast. Peter Wetherstons first half strike earnt him alot of plaudits from his manager who explains that he is the best finisher at the club and that if he was fitter he wouldnt be in the first division. Jim also thinks that Stephen Glass` red card was a ridiculous decision as his first booking was a complete accident.


Stephen Kenny
Stephen realises that the first two games of the season culminates into a bad start for the club. He believes that his side should have enough creative players on the pitch to break down teams like Morton, who go out to defend and hit on the break. There is no excuse, however, for Kenny who knows that the team should be doing a lot better and creating alot more chances on goal throughout the game. Stephen Glass` red card is also seen as a bad decision from Kenny who sees both cards as nothing challenges, not helped by the conditions. Wilson missed the game because of a tweaked calf muscle in the Manchester United Friendly.



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