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Cowan-Hall: Blues bond is special

5 August 2013

Paris Cowan-Hall says the spirit within the Wanderers squad is unlike anything he has ever experienced.

The 22-year-old made an immediate impact on his Blues debut, scoring a sixth-minute winner as the Chairboys kicked off 2013/14 with a 1-0 victory over Morecambe.

“Within the first week (of joining) I felt settled,” Cowan-Hall told Chairboys Player.

“The boys are very welcoming and it’s unlike any other squad I’ve ever been in. There are no cliques or anything and I think the gaffer is a lot to do with that. There’s a very good team spirit here.

“The gaffer as a player worked hard and people always say that a team reflects the manager that they are playing under.

“The minimum you can give is 100%, even if you’re playing badly.”

Wanderers were impressive against the Shrimps and could have won by a bigger margin, with their high-tempo and pressing game giving Jim Bentley’s side no time on the ball.

Cowan-Hall said: “We’ve been doing that sort of thing in pre-season. The gaffer has got us playing a certain way and everyone works hard for everyone else. 

“We played really well and we got the result, but maybe we deserved a bit more.

“It’s good to score at any time, but I felt that as a team we defended really well. Going forward was very good as well so it’s a positive start to the season

“We had a lot more chances than we took. I had one, Dean Morgan had one and I think Josh had one as well. We had a few that we could have converted and we could have had a lot more.”

Blues are back in action again on Tuesday when Championship side Leicester City visit Adams Park in the Capital One Cup first round.

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