Williams Pleased With QPR Win
Colchester United boss Geriant Williams has told the club`s official website of his relief at securing a first win a home this season on the back of Wednesday`s 4-2 win over Queen`s Park Rangers.
"We needed to get that monkey off our back and get the three points," said the Welshman, speaking on the interactive U`s World service.
He continued: "Their front three - Hogan (Ephraim), (Rowan) Viney and (Dexter) Blackstock were very mobile and sharp."
When asked what was going through his mind when Rowan Vine scored what turned out to be an irreverent, although well-finished strike leaving the game potentially in the balance, Williams added: "Nothing I can repeat on camera!"
"We`ve had a conversation. We`ve got to learn our lessons and learn to kill the game off," he concluded. "It gives the players a boost to see us higher in the table."