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Morris pleased with debut despite drubbing

Rovers debut boy Josh Morris has explained that the result did not have a massive impact on what he considers to be a dream debut.

Morris was put on in the embarrassing defeat at Old Trafford with the score at 5-0 but still managed to shine a bit and even set up Chris Samba's consolation header.

Morris still seems in good spirits.

Morris told Rovers.co.uk - 'It is a dream come true, it is a shame about the result but still, to play the last half an hour in front of 70,000 was amazing.

'It is everyone's dream to play, especially at Old Trafford. I was told at half-time I might be coming on, did a bit of a warm up and the next minute I came on. I am still buzzing from it.

'Hopefully I get another chance in the next few weeks.'

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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 1 2010

Time: 8:34AM

Your Comments

Good to see he hasn't taken it too bad?!
Mikey Delap
Well done to him, Looked good in the Sydney games. Hope to see more of him.
oziroversfan
new duff?
DommyWalker
We all have to thank Sam for giving these young players a chance, We have got a really young squad at present something under previous managers we never had
glen9mullan
He really doesn't get enough credit does he Allardyce for the smooth conveyor belt of young talent he breathes into our side... it gives us a nice balance.
Mikey Delap
Hope to see more of Morris and Hanley.
metalrover
bsa- building a dynasty
retroflair31
 

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