The UK's fastest-growing regional news network
8°C | 5°C
10°C | 1°C
5°C | 1°C
See the full forecast for your area.
Sponsored by Britelite.
Home Kent Sport Article
Manager Peter Taylor was pleased to see Amine Linganzi get off the mark against Crewe on Saturday.
The French midfielder levelled the scores in the first half as he guided home a cross from Elliott Hewitt.
It was Linganzi’s first goal since making his move to Priestfield in the summer and his first senior goal anywhere in England, having made appearances for Blackburn, Preston and Accrington.
Gills boss Taylor said: “We spoke about him getting forward more than Steven Gregory.
“That was nice, that was a good goal and a good set-piece for us.
“They are the things you get pleased about because they are things we do in training.
“We do an awful lot of things in training that we didn’t do (in the game) and that’s when you get a bit frustrated.”
Keep up to date with all the day's news in Kent Sportsday by clicking here
Click here for more sport from Kent.
Click here for more news from around the county.