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SAM ON DONS DRAW

13 February 2022

"There’s a long way to go but together as players, staff and fans, we can do it"

Sam Morsy says that yesterday's stalemate at MK Dons provided a good point that Town can now build on going into back-to-back home fixtures.

The Blues dominated large parts of the match at Stadium MK but neither side could break the deadlock in what was a high-quality game of football. 

Town's skipper, who returned to the pitch having served the final game of a four-match suspension last Tuesday against Doncaster, thought that Kieran McKenna's side were the better team in Buckinghamshire. 

"It was a good game, they’re a good team and it’s a good away point," he told iFollow Ipswich. "They’re up there for a reason but I thought that we were the better team. 

"They started well but we came into the game. In the second half, it only looked like one team were going to score and that was us. 

"We looked solid. In our last two really tough away games, at Bolton and Sheffield Wednesday, we lost. It could’ve been three points [at MK Dons] but it’s a decent point and we’ll build on it. We’ve got a couple of home games now which we can’t wait for."

The Blues were backed by 6,850 Town supporters in Milton Keynes, the largest away following in the EFL this season.

"They're incredible," Sam continued. "You could see them at the end; I think they know that we are doing something as a Club. We need them and the support has been absolutely immense. 

"It’s a monster waiting to be unleashed, and we have to unleash it. We do that by winning games. There’s a long way to go but together as players, staff and fans, we can do it."

Next up for McKenna's Blues are successive home games against Burton [Saturday, 19 February] and Cheltenham [Tuesday, 22 February].

Tickets for both fixtures are on general sale and can be purchased here.

Supporters vs MK Dons (A) 2.JPG


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