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In-form midfielder Bradley Dack confident Gillingham are going in the right direction

07 February 2014
by Luke Cawdell

Bradley Dack

Bradley Dack

Bradley Dack believes Gills are well positioned for a good finish this season.

Despite a 3-1 midweek defeat at Stevenage, the 20-year-old was still happy with much of the team’s performance.

He said: “We were unlucky to go down to 10 men and after that it was hard but the boys did everyone proud.

“We worked so hard in the second half and were a bit unfortunate, with the chances we had, not to get anything out of the game. If we keep doing what we are, then we will finish in a good position in the league.”

Dack is enjoying some good form. He set up all three goals last weekend, against Port Vale, and was again the provider for the Gills on Tuesday night.

He said: “I am starting to feel good, starting to feel fitter and that is showing in my performances. Long may that continue.

"I feel more confident, especially on the ball and the improved fitness means I can get more of the ball. I got a lot of the ball on Tuesday, especially second half. Hopefully, I can keep affecting games like I am.

“I am just putting the balls in the right areas for the lads and hopefully they can keep scoring goals." 



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