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PremierLeague-News.Com - Cian Harries admits he's found it hard watching from the sidelines after losing his starting spot at Bristol Rovers

Bristol news Harries desperate to force his way into Tisdale's XI after losing starting spot PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cian Harries admits he's found it hard watching from the sidelines after losing his starting spot at Bristol Rovers

Bristol news Harries desperate to force his way into Tisdale's XI after losing starting spot PremierLeague-News.Com
14 January 2021 - 15:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Cian Harries has found it tough watching on from the sidelines at Bristol Rovers and is desperate to play regular football again. Harries featured in Tuesday night’s EFL Trophy defeat to AFC Wimbledon at the Mem, getting a rare 90 minutes under his belt and the 23-year-old admits it’s been frustrating sitting on the bench since Paul Tisdale’s arrival. “I’ve found being out of the team quite tough,” the centre-back, who had established himself as a first-team regular under Ben Garner, said. “Like everybody else has who hasn’t featured much recently, we’re all desperate to play. But when the boys are picking up positive results it makes it a tougher task to get back into the mix, so I’ve just got to be patient and keep working hard in training and then hopefully I can make the most of opportunities. Read More Related Articles Paul Tisdale outlines Bristol Rovers' January transfer window plans amid need for a new striker Read More Related Articles Every word Tisdale said on Nicholson's injury, Ogogo's performance and striker experiment “I’ve really enjoyed my time here so far and I was playing a lot at the start of the season, but I’ve found myself left out of the team at the moment which makes me desperate to get back in.” Harries signed for the Gas from Swansea City almost a year ago and had been near ever-present in Garner’s side until the 40-year-old was sacked in November. The Wales youth international has found game time sparse since with Tisdale binning Rovers’ three-man defence for a back four. However, Harries believes Tisdale has handled his personal situation well. “The manager’s been good with me, like I’m sure he has been with everybody,” the defender said. Read More Related Articles Bristol Rovers verdict: Trophy exit will quickly get forgotten but there will be consequences Read More Related Articles Tisdale admits he wanted more from players given chance to impress against AFC Wimbledon “He’s been quite consistent with the team he has picked recently, for whatever reason he thinks that’s the best team to go out and perform on gameday.

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. “We’ve got four really good centre-halves at the club so there’s always going to be competition. I’ve shown at the start of the season and in previous seasons that I can do well at this level so confidence isn’t an issue for me.” Follow Bristol Rovers Live on social media Keep up to all the latest from the Mem via our Facebook page dedicated to the Gas You can also follow us on Twitter @BristolLiveBRFC Our Rovers reporter Sam Frost will also keep you up-to-date with all the goings-on at the club @frosty920 Despite a lack of game time, Harries says he felt sharp during Tuesday’s loss in the EFL Trophy third round, although he was disappointed to go out of the competition. “I felt alright during the game although it did feel a little bit disjointed at times, but that’s just because lots of the players haven’t played together for long periods of time because there were so many changes,” Harries said. “You don’t know when your next chance in the team is going to be so going out of the cup is a missed opportunity really and it’s a competition I won when I was at Coventry, so I know how great it was to have gone on a run and won it at Wembley.” Sign up for our Rovers newsletter All the latest news, views, interviews, gossip and analysis concerning Bristol Rovers, delivered straight to your inbox, every day at 12:00. It's completely free and you can sign up HERE As the Gas gear up ahead of a frantic period of fixtures caused by the pandemic, Harries says his side must embrace the chaos and make the most of their upcoming games. He said: “The league’s obviously all over the place at the moment and we’ve got lots of games in hand with cancellations, so when we’re on the pitch it’s more important than ever to pick up results while these other sides aren’t playing. “When we are playing it’s crucial to win because we don’t know when a positive test might come around meaning we might not be able to play for another 10 days.”

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