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YORK DRAW 'NOT THE END OF THE WORLD' - McGEEHAN

12 October 2015

Midfielder reflects on weekend point

Saturday goalscorer Cameron McGeehan wasn't too downhearted despite the frustration of being held at home to York on Saturday.

The 20-year-old notched his sixth goal of the season when scoring from the penalty spot to bring the Town level against the Minstermen - but the Town couldn’t force home a winner.

"It wasn't the end of the world," he told Hatters Player. "We're unbeaten in five league games, we've just got to keep building on that. 

"The team is getting better. It was a bit of a step back but, with time, we're really going to push on.

"There's no rush to be at the top. The only time you need to be at the top is at the end of the season."

The result ended the Town's mini-run of four successive victories in League 2 and McGeehan believes there is less pressure on the side to succeed on their travels compares to when they place on home turf.

"I think there is a more pressure, obviously there are more fans but I think the major factor is that teams come here and play for a draw and try and kill the game," said the former Norwich midfielder.

"An early goal always helps but I think their goal killed us because from that point on we were chasing the game.

"We’ve had some tough games recently so the last 20 minutes was difficult for us to try and get something and break them down.

"It's not the worst result but considering we didn’t play great we'll take a point and move on to next week."


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