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'Ghirls' can hold heads up high says Celtic coach

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YFS managed to grab a word with Celtic Head Coach Tina Ferguson after her U17 side lost out to Glasgow City in a thrilling encounter. On pointing out that the 3-1 score line was maybe not an accurate reflection of the game, Tina said “I have got to agree with you, to be fair to them, they have created those chances and taken them, I think we played a lot of really good football.
“I told the girls that, they should be really proud of how they played, I think we created a lot of chances and obviously got the one goal but it wasn’t enough, just a bit unfortunate in front of goal. “It was a really good game I think for anyone watching, for any spectators, but obviously disappointing.”
And on the future of her players “They will stay with the club, they’ll definitely stay with the club, we’ll have individual meetings and have that discussion on where the players are going, it’s all about developing that individual player and what’s best for that players, those decisions have still to be made yet.”
The large vociferous support in attendance at Toryglen was much appreciated by the players and the coaching staff, Tina said “Just a massive thank you to everyone that turns up to support us, obviously not just today but week in and week out, and just as I say a massive well done to the girls.
“They should be proud and they can definitely hold their heads high and certainly gave a good account of themselves and just unfortunate it wasn’t the victory.”

Martin McConnell | YFS South Lanarkshire Senior Reporter
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