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We proved what we can do

1 September 2013

Nathan Cameron on the Cheltenham win and his first ever goal

Shakers defender Nathan Cameron talks about the excellent performance against Cheltenham, after scoring his first league goal and looks forward to the game on Tuesday against Port Vale in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.



'I thought we played well on Saturday, especially in the first half, we were on top from early on. We were unfortunate to concede the early goal but after that we were brilliant. We are getting better with each game and we are still getting to know each other, so inevitably it takes time.


Our two wide men - Craig Jones and Danny Mayor were unplayable against Cheltenham. Danny Mayor was excellent and he produced some fantastic crosses that led to some good goals.


Cheltenham didn't have too many clear cut chances against us. In the second half they had some good chances from inside the box but we defended well. Cheltenham are a good team, their manager won't let them give up so they keep coming at you. We proved what we can do today.


I'm really pleased to have gotten my first league goal. I was waiting for the cross to come in, I had a feeling it was going to go near post so I made the run and luckily it went in. The most important thing was the 3 points that we got from the game.


Tuesday will be a tough game against Port Vale as they're a good team. They were promoted last season so it will be another tough game - but no games will be easy for us.


The main thing now is to push into the top six to the play-off positions as early as possible and stay there.


For the full video interview with Nathan Cameron in which he chats about his friendship with William Edjenguele and his admiration for Jessy Reindorf subscribe to Shakers Player, or watch a clip from the interview on YouTube (shown below)

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