FC Halifax Town booked their place in the first round of the FA Cup with a 2-0 win over Warrington last night.
Max Hunter caught up with Cameron King after the game to get his thoughts on the game
Back in the side tonight Cameron are you pleased with your performance?
Yeah I am. I just tried to keep it simple an grow myself into the game, obviously coming back into the team. We knew we had a game plan coming into tonight and we went out there and from the first whistle we kind of controlled the tempo of the game and controlled most of the ball, so yeah very happy with how it went tonight.
You had a influential role in midfield this evening and picking the safe pass rather than the dangerous risky pass was that part of the game plan?
In the final third you can go for the risky pass and take them risks but in the middle of the park you want to keep it simple and keep the ball ticking over and get it out to our wide men who are very dangerous you give them the ball and you know they’re going to give a good end product.
A solid partnership in midfield between yourself and Staunton, do you feel both of you can take that forward and become regulars in that position?
I like to think so. Obviously Staunts he’s a natural centre-half so he can do both if I go forward he can cover me round the back so I always feel safe when I push forward I know Staunts is round there covering.
Next round is Morcambe, were you hoping for a bigger team?
Obviously there’s only League one and two clubs coming in, until you get to round three I don’t think you really expect a big team but you can only beat what’s in front of you. There a League two club so we’ll have to go there and put a very good performance in if we want to go through.
Closer to home now, Eastleigh on Saturday do you feel a convincing win this evening and a clean sheet can bring confidence back to the team and get back on a winning run?
Yeah it’s definitely boost our confidence we hadn’t had a win in a while. Training is going to be a lot better this week and on Saturday we’ll come in with a lot of confidence and hopefully win three points.
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