Date: 30th March 2015 at 5:58pm
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Manager Micky Adams has said he was delighted with the attitude and the character of the team in our one all draw against Wimbledon at the weekend.

Having fallen behind just before the half hour mark in the game, we needed a 94th minute equaliser from on loan George Green to get us a share of the spoils and speaking to the Official Site Adams said he felt a point was the least we had deserved for our efforts on the day.

‘I would have been bitterly disappointed to have lost it and not got anything out of the game, so to get a point at the end, we’ll take that and move on to the next one. I thought we showed a lot of character and I’m really pleased for the boys to have got something out of it.’

Adams went on to say that although Peter Brezovan made a few saves in general he didn’t feel Wimbledon caused us much trouble and for the vast majority of the game he felt we were on the front foot, relatively comfortable and in charge but we just couldn’t get that goal.

‘We looked the team most likely to score but couldn’t find a way through, but the good thing is that we kept going. The crowd were great, they got behind the players and they need that encouragement. I’ve come off from that with renewed belief and confidence that we’ll be ok because I think if we play with that sort of tempo and that sort of belief and confidence then we’ll be fine.’

With Green getting the leveller, he received special praise from the manager after the game.

‘I think the boy lacks confidence doesn’t he?! It was a terrific performance, he has fantastic ability and I think he’ll be a big player for us in the next seven games. What George has got to realise sometimes is that when opposition double up on him or treble up on him as they did today, he has to pop the ball off and move again. But he’s a young lad, he can do some tremendous things with a ball, I think we’ve all seen that today and what a tremendous goal at the end. I think there was only him on the pitch who could have scored like that today.’

With Green making his Football League debut, he admitted in his own interview that it was a dream debut and he couldn’t really have wished for anything more.

‘What a day for me, making my debut in the Football League. I couldn’t have dreamt for it to go any better to be honest, well, a win would have been better, but to score and get a point for Tranmere was what I dreamed of to be honest. It was a dream to play in the Football League and I’ve done it now so I’m proud.’

Having been with the lads for a short period now, Green added that he felt if we continued to play like that we’d soon pull away from the bottom of the table and pick up the wins that we needed this season.

‘If we do what we did today in the next seven games, we’ve got a hell of a chance to stay up. It’s a great set of lads and I think we’ll all do it with the fight and passion.’

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