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Morgan insists Tudno are still on right track; WE'VE ONLY HAD ONE BAD HALF SAYS MANAGER.

Byline: ROB GRIFFITHS

LLANDUDNO boss Alan Morgan insists he is not worried about his side's recent dip in results, but has called on his charges to get back to winning ways quickly.

The Maesdu Road side enjoyed a dreams start to the new Welsh Premier League season, embarking on a five-match unbeaten run - sandwiching a 1-0 loss at home to Caernarfon Town in the Nathaniel MG Cup However, the black and whites have stumbled of late; losing at defending champions The New Saints, at home to Cefn Druids and most recently away at Cardiff Met.

Llandudno entertain second-from-bottom Aberystwyth Town today, and while Morgan concedes it will a tough encounter, he is unfazed about the recent blip in results.

Morgan said of today's opponents: "They've picked up recently, so it will be a hard game for us.

WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE P W Bangor City 8 6 The New Saints 8 5 Cardiff Met 8 5 Connah's Quay Nomads 8 5 Llandudno 8 4 Cefn Druids 8 3 Barry Town United 8 3 Bala Town 9 3 NewtownAFC 9 2 PrestatynTown 8 2 Aberystwyth Town 8 0 Carmarthen Town 8 1 "We've got to get back to winning ways, but we know it is going to be a very hard game for us."

On Llandudno's current run of form, the manager said yesterday: "We've had one bad half of football, against Cefn Druids at home.

"TNS away and Cardiff Met away, they are both "We didn't deserve to lose at Cardiff Met last week, and it shows with their keeper getting man the match and being named in the team of the week.

"We are still on the right track, but we've got to make sure we score the goals tomorrow.

D L F APts 0 213818 2 1 18 7 17 12 12 5 16 12 12 5 16 1 310613 3 2101112 2 3 7 5 111 5 91510 3 4 10 11 9 3 3 9 13 9 3 5 4 15 3 0 7 9 22 3 "We are positive, we are performing. Except for the first half against Cefn Druids, we've performed well this season. We have got to make sure now we kick on." " Morgan has no injuriesworry about with virtually a fully fit squad to pick former Wrexham striker Marc Williams, back from injury, can begin to find his feet.

He added: "I've hopefully got the same squad as I had last week.

"Marc is a big player for us, he's back and looking sharp and looking sharp in training so hopefully we get a big performance out of him tomorrow.

"Getting back to winning ways is massive for us.

"We are still in touching distance with the teams ahead of us, but we know if we lose too many we'll be looking over our shoulder.

"We need to be positive, we've had a good start to the season and it just needs to be carried on now and we need to get back to winning ways sooner rather than later."

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
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Date:Oct 14, 2017
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