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Morro: "A massive game"

19 April 2013

Defender on Norwich trip

Sean Morrison has reiterated his love for Reading Football Club - and says that the Royals aren't giving up their bid for survival in the Barclays Premier League.


The centre back is excited by the style of play Nigel Adkins is implementing on the players, and thinks it will develop himself as a player.


"It's been fantastic since he's come in. The new gaffer has come in and he's tried to put his philosophy over to us - the things he wants to do and the way he wants to play," he said.

 

"We're learning every day and trying to put his philosophy onto the pitch and try and get through to to us so we can perform the way he wants, which is to go out on a Saturday, pass the ball and control games. It's different from what I'm used to put it's something I've always wanted to do and I'm really looking forward to it helping me as a player."


Sean also said he's happy as he's ever been at Madejski Stadium, and also thanked the fans for their tremendous support home and away.


"Coming in at the start of the year I was, to be honest, looking to go out on loan straight away," he explained. "Obviously I didn't play in the Championship for Reading last year, I was on loan at Huddersfield. But I haven't looked back since. I've just been training hard and working on parts of my game that I know will help me improve.

 

"I love it here. The club itself is a fantastic set up, the fans are brilliant and under this manager I can't wait to learn and improve as a player. For me, I'm happy as I could ever be at Reading. Hopefully I can stay here for more years to come.

 

"I think one of the most important things is to have that camaraderie with the fans. You've got to appreciate everything they do - they come and watch you on a Saturday, the travel thousands of miles all over the country to come and watch you play. It's a hard graft for the fans, so when they come out and show their support at signings at stuff, it's important to make them feel welcome and have a good old chat.


"I can't wait. I played there a couple of years ago when they were in League One. We need the three points, it's a massive game for us. We're not going to give up - we're going to go out in every game and try and get those three points. We're trying to build on what we have done this week, put the gaffer's philosophies forward on the game and hopefully come back with three points."


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