Thursday, April 30, 2020

Gilmour was “raging” after his competitive debut.

Billy Gimour says he was “raging” after his first competitive outing against Sheffield United last October.

He admits he was gutted after failing to inspire the team to victory after he was brought on with the team trailing; a substitution which drew criticism from some quarters.

Gimour who was speaking to the Chelsea official website said: 

When the game finished I remember walking back to the changing room and I was raging,". "I was gutted at myself just because of the score.


"The gaffer texted me later saying 'these are the moments I want you to remember.


 When you’re training hard, that’s what you need to bring into the games when people aren’t playing well. You need to take the good and the bad together.'


"It was a tough game. Sheffield United worked really hard. I was obviously happy that I’d made my debut but mostly gutted.


 My family came down to watch and they kept telling me to cheer up. They wanted to take pictures afterwards but I wasn’t really smiling because I was in a bad mood!"

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