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Looking to dictate

11 January 2013

Chris Morgan has warned that Saturday's League One clash with Yeovil Town will be a stern test for the Blades.


Ahead of the fixture, Morgan has spoken of his admiration for Glovers boss Gary Johnson for what the former Latvian national team manager has achieved during his years in Somerset:


"Gary has enjoyed a lot of success at Huish Park in the past and he is doing another good job down there this time around.


"He brings a real organisation, determination and work ethic to his group of players and they are capable of surprising teams on their day.


"They are in decent form of late and it will be a difficult game. People expect us to win and obviously we will be going all out for the three points but it won't be easy.


"I am sure they will be resolute defensively, but going forward they offer a real threat with the likes of Paddy Madden and James Hayter.


"Madden, in particular, is scoring a lot of goals at the moment, Hayter is well known to us from his days at Doncaster and brings experience to their strikeforce."


On the importance of registering a home win, Morgan concluded: "Looking forward, we aim to start well and dictate the game. A win for us will keep the pressure on Doncaster and Tranmere."


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