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Morgs: Support means so much to me

21 September 2013

Dean Morgan has opened up about how hearing the Wanderers fans chanting his name makes a big difference to his game.

The in-form striker has scored four goals in his last three games and will be hoping to extend that run when York City visit Adams Park this afternoon (Saturday).

“I saw a Wycombe fan when I left the ground on Thursday and he said all the fans love me and they’re going to make Team Morgs t-shirts,” Morgan told Chairboys Player.

“I’m 29 now and to go through what I’ve been through in my career and to have what I have here is really special. I really do appreciate them.

“I’m the sort of person that will open up to them and let them have so much of me. I have that respect with them and I will give them everything - that’s me as a person.

“To have that bond and that love from them is really hard to describe, I just really appreciate it.”

 Morgan added: “It shows just how much they appreciate you. They don’t chant your name because you’re just anybody, they actually respect you and appreciate what you do.

“If I can give back what they’ve given to me then that’s a bonus.”

 Wanderers return to Adams Park after three lengthy away journeys where they were backed by a vocal following, and Morgan is hoping for the fine support to continue.

He said: “I want more to come! Tuesday nights, Saturday afternoons - it means so much to us.

“I remember being at Reading with Shaun Goater and he told me about a goal for Manchester City at Millwall. He set up Darren Huckerby who went running to the away end and the camera went up and there was nobody there.

“It was so funny and players have a bit of banter about it, but you want the people who are supporting you to be there – fans, friends and family.

“It makes you feel as though you are doing something for them as well as them doing something for you. It’s a big deal.”


As a special offer for this fixture, a ticket for a family of four (two adults, one junior and one child) will cost just £30, while regular prices start from £7 for juniors, £11 for young adults, £13 for seniors and £17 for adults. Blues Card holders will receive a £2 discount on individual tickets.  U

7s can enjoy this and every other league fixtures for FREE in the Family Stand.   B
, by calling 01494 441118 or in person from the Information Centre at Adams Park.onlineuy 


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