Skip to main content Skip to site footer

Simpson reflects on his two-goal heroics

Striker gives his verdict on Oldham win

30 October 2021

Sponsored by

Swindon Town striker Tyreece Simpson felt he could have had more than two goals in our 3-1 win over Oldham Athletic today.

The powerful striker bagged a brace as the Reds won on the road yet again, with Harry McKirdy also on target, and Simpson spoke to the local media in the wake of the game to reflect on his fruitful afternoon. 

"It was a great performance, we were solid at the back and we probably could have added a few more goals," Simpson said.

"One got disallowed which probably shouldn't have happened, but we had a few chances and overall it was a good performance.

"It was a bit of a baggy touch for my first goal, I'm not going to lie, but I saw the defender, I strengthened him out the way and then put it in with my right foot.

"I felt like I could have had a lot more so on the second one I just drove at the defender, he gave me a bit of space which was a bit silly and then I buried it into the top corner.

"We should have put the game to bed earlier, we made it hard for ourselves at times but it was good to put the game to bed.

"We always bounce back. We'll be in training on a Tuesday after a loss and it starts with training where we're hitting it hard all week.

'We're good enough to win it so hopefully we can push for promotion."

Advertisement block