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We'll take the win...
 Women's Football News 17 Jun 2014
 
We'll take the win... - 17 Jun 2014 - Women's Football NewsThe win against Turkey was another big one for us and on this occasion it was a case of the result being more important than our display on the day. 
 
It has probably been our worst performance throughout the whole campaign but we got the win and that is the most important thing, so we'll take that and probably forget how nervy our performance was.
 
The goal from Sarah Wiltshire was worth waiting for and that's when we play at our best, when we play fast and we can break teams down. It was a shame that we couldn't really do that throughout the game, only in very small patches, but we got a win and kept a clean sheet so we'll take that at this point in the campaign.
 
I think there were a lot of things that weren't quite up to scratch in our game on the day but their keeper did make a lot of saves and I can't recall Nicky Davies having to make one for us. The thing that we have got to get used to now is that teams are just going to come and sit back and that is something we've never had before. We need to learn and adapt to that fast because if teams are going to do that, we have to find a way to break them down.
 
Our game management was good, we've got more experienced people in our back line and we don't feel we have to go and score a lot of goals. As long as we don't concede, we'll do alright. There are positives to take but we are going to be disappointed with our performance as we expect better for ourselves. All you'll see though is a win for Wales, three points in the bag and that's what we want.
 
At this moment I don't know the extent of Hayley Ladd's injury but hopefully it's not as bad as it seems. She's been playing well for us and it'll be a huge blow for us if she's out for the rest of the campaign. We're keeping our fingers crossed but it did look a sore one as Hayley is not the kind to stay down if she is not hurt.
 
Now we go to Belarus for another important game and a really tight one like last time, when we beat them 1-0. I expect them to be very organised and sit deep and try to hit us on the counter attack. It's going to be a difficult place to go, England only beat them 3-0 and you would expect them to score a lot more goals than that.
 
These two games were always going to be tough for us. Turkey were always going to be up for the fight following the 5-1 result last time and people will always refer to that score but that doesn't happen again - teams are not stupid and aren't going to do what they did last time, so Turkey did the complete opposite and sat back. I think Belarus are going to do the same and we have to find a way to play better and get the three points which would put us in a fantastic position in August and September.

 
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