Gary Deegan speaks to tomorrow’s match day programme as this weekend’s player feature - Read a preview of the Northampton Town programme here!
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UNITED SKIPPER GARY DEEGAN PROUD TO HAVE REPAID THE AMBER ARMY FOR THEIR SUPPORT AT NOTTS COUNTY AND EAGER TO PUSH ON AGAIN.
The midfielder has been in fine form after his return from suspension in the U’s previous two games, producing a pair of commanding performances from the middle of the park to guide United to consecutive League wins.
Reflecting on the display at Meadow Lane last Saturday, Deegan discloses his pride at being able to send the fans back to Cambridge happy.
He said: “I was extremely proud as captain not only last week at Notts County but also our last home game with Stevenage. It was a massive win to get us up and running against Stevenage and we built on that last weekend in front of our fans.
“We knew going to Notts County we were going to have a massive following to get us through that game.
“Look there was a massive following at MK Dons and we didn’t repay the favour, but that wasn’t the case last weekend. However many there was, I think it was 1,600, I’m sure they went home happy so it was good to have repaid them. Fair credit they backed us again all the way through the 90 minutes.
“It was a great goal from Greg and then when you see the fans and the players sticking together and celebrating it with them, they are the moments you want to be involved in.
“Two back to back wins, and when the fans are happy, we are happy! It was brilliant to grab the three points and move on to the next one.”
Also in tomorrow's edition:
- Head Coach – Colin Calderwood
- Northampton Town – Away Profile
- Deadly Duos – Leigh Edwards
- 100 Years of Coconuts
- Marvin’s Message
- Stat Pack 2018/19
- Around the Division – Neil Cole
- Cambridge A to Z… | M is for Mannion