Belfast Telegraph

Friday 25 July 2014

Gregg plots road to victory for Institute

Institute boss John Gregg is looking for his side to secure their first away win of the season, at Lisburn Distillery tomorrow.

The Waterside men have suffered two defeats in their opening away games, in fact their last trip was in a 7-0 defeat at Linfield.

“We know that they haven't won at home, but we also haven't won away from Drumahoe, so we want to change that,” admitted Gregg.

“Distillery are sitting in third place because they are a good side and I know that Paul Kirk will make sure his players will be up for the game. Last weekend they had another big win at Dungannon Swifts and they'll be going into our game full of confidence.

“However I was really pleased with the player’s attitude on Saturday. Last season I don’t think we came back from a goal behind in many matches, but they never let their heads drop and could possibly have won the game.”

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