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Cooper: Back on track

2 November 2013

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TOWN Manager Mark Cooper spoke to the media after Swindon's 5-2 win over Port Vale.

On the win...
I wouldn't mind paying to watch that. At times it was end-to-end and some really good football from ourselves again. Sometimes when you get a young group they can become naive and make mistakes which is what happened. We rode the storm and were convincing winners in the end.

On the performance...
i was pleased with the performance. This week we worked on pressing and being intense and putting the opposition under pressure. If we get enough of the ball we're dangerous. After the 'crisis' of losing two games its back on track.

On Dany N'Guessan, Massimo Luongo and Jay McEveley...
He (Dany) scored again and it was probably the best he's been. I thought Massimo was outstanding - he was probably our best player and he took the game by the scruff of the neck. The goal he scored with the step-overs was fantastic. Jay's a good player. He's very experienced, knows the game and is a good professional

On the second half...
When you're 3-0 up you think only one thing is going to happen and when that third goal went in I knew we'd won the game. We changed our system - hats off to the lads they took a lot of stick but they bounced back.

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