‘Starting to come together’ – Paul McNally praises City of Liverpool response against 1874 Northwich

City of Liverpool manager Paul McNally post-match

Paul McNally says his squad is improving as City of Liverpool prepare for another extended break. 

The Purps cruised into the next round of the Isuzu FA Trophy after their comfortable win over 1874 Northwich. 

City of Liverpool were forced to fester on their defeat to Vauxhall Motors for just under two weeks, prior to their return to action on Sunday. 

Harry Cannon-Noren, Josh Quarless and Callum Schorah were all on target to book their place in the next round. 

Another period away from competitive action awaits before they face Witton Albion (September 23) but McNally was delighted with the display against 1874. 

“I thought we played really well for most of the game, in patches we were off but I think that was down to the inactivity but once we got going, I thought we were full value for our win, we were very good,” he told Off The Park. 

“Three great goals, you can’t coach them but it was the phases and the patterns which were pleasing.

“We had a tough period before the last game and we got beat. 

“Things are starting to come together, get better, we’re on the training ground ore and more and we’re starting to gel a bit more which was going to happen because we’ve had a turnover of players,” said McNally on his squad.  

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