World News – GB – “Don’t be that team that plays well against Linfield”: Matthew Tipton makes a shriek to Portadown






Stuart McKinley

Matthew Tipton has announced that he will not allow Portadown’s performance to change depending on the opponent

After a high-energy show close to a draw with the Linfield champions on Saturday – the Blues ultimately won 2-1 to top Danske’s Premier League – Shamrock Park boss now wants to see a repeat tonight when Carrick Rangers are bottom of the standings, who amassed Only his first point of the season is the weekend

Tipton believes that Saturday was a transformation for his team, transforming them from a newly promoted team into a team that could be a force in the first division, and the ports have set a standard determined to be preserved while on the go In search of their first win since their victory over Glenavon on the first day of the season

Tipton said: « Saturday was the age of majority for us – if we follow it up with another performance like that against Carrick. »

“We need to win, there are no two ways to do that we have to go and win because this will prove to me that the players know what we are doing It is a case of just doing what we did on Saturday

« I hate it and hate it since I have been involved in football. Anyone can upgrade their game for once

« I don’t want this to be a one-time performance, I want this to be the way we play. The boys should understand that and make sure we go and follow it »

However, the only thing that would change was Tipton’s squad, as Chris Crane’s red card against the Blues forced the manager to make at least one change – which could also mean a squad change

Tipton’s son George is suspected of being injured after being substituted late and substitute Barney McCune is now in line to start his first Ports match since signing in the summer




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