Date: 3rd November 2010 at 11:14pm
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After an unexpected 5-0 thrashing of Stockport Morecambe assistant manager Mark Lillis was delighted with the teams performance. Speaking to skysports.com Lillis said ‘We haven’t had a lot of luck this season but we had a bit of fortune when Stockport had a man sent off early on and we were able to take advantage of that.

‘It’s not always easy against 10 men but we kept telling the lads to be professional and that is exactly what they were.’


Meanwile Stockport boss Paul Simpson continued his run of failing to beat Morecambe with every club he has managed ‘We didn’t help ourselves and some of the players just didn’t do as they were told. We conceded two really soft goals from set pieces when players just ignored what they were told before the game’ he added.

‘We gave them instructions and they just didn’t listen and decided to do their own thing. When they did what they were told in the second half we never looked like letting a goal in from a set piece and that is another lesson the players must learn.’


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