We're a close unit, says Rams boss Morrison

We're a close unit, says Rams boss Morrison

DEWSBURY RAMS are aiming to make it three wins from three in the Championship this weekend when they travel to face newly-promoted Oldham, who are still in search of their first points of the season.

In a highly competitive league where a good start to the campaign is vital, Glenn Morrison’s Rams can take pride in being one of four sides still unbeaten.

Dewsbury will go into the game against Oldham with plenty of confidence after a dominant second-half performance against Workington last time out.

“It was always important that we hit the ground running,” said Morrison.

“We played promoted Swinton in our first game who were tricky and we expect the same from Oldham this weekend.”

Away at the Roughyeds Rams fans can expect to see a more all-round performance from their side.

“In the first half half against Workington we were just going through the motions and thinking that we just had to play the minutes out to win,” explained Morrison.

“I gave them a rocket at half-time and told them to stand up and start playing like I know they can and be aggressive.

“I want them to enjoy defending as much as attacking but we just do to much of it.

“So at half time I put it to them to try and shut them out in the second half.

“We all but did that until the drop ball at the end but the lads worked hard and covered each others backs, and I’m proud of my team for that.

“You need that mentality in order to have a winning team and we have instilled it, we are a close unit.”

Morrison has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip to Oldham.

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