UK news Michael McCrudden is happy to let his goals do the talking for Cliftonville after hat-trick against Warrenpoint last news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Michael McCrudden carried a beaming smile on his face as he departed Milltown on Saturday - and well he should.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! "Michael McCrudden carried a beaming smile on his face as he departed Milltown on Saturday - and well he should. The Cliftonville forward has had to make do with a bit-part role in recent times following the arrival of Northern Ireland under-21 star Paul O'Neill from Glentoran in January.With O'Neill out injured for the trip to Warrenpoint Town, McCrudden made the most of his chance to plunder a hat-trick as Paddy McLaughlin's men swept to a comfortable 5-0 win.The 29-year-old curled home a precision opener, before being in the right place at the right time to finish from crosses by Daire O'Connor and Rory Hale either side of half-time."I'm absolutely delighted. To get a hat-trick, it doesn't come around too often, so I suppose you've just got to enjoy it," said McCrudden, who admitted that while it's been tough to be on the bench, he has full faith in McLaughlin to do what is right for the Reds. "As a player, you always want to play and there have been times when I haven't been getting on or I've been getting 10 minutes here and there.
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."There have been times after matches where you feel you could go and knock on the manager's door, but I've never done that because it's down to the gaffer to pick the team."I know what he wants from players, obviously from having been with him before Cliftonville."You could say that it's a relationship that has been there for a long time and he knows what I give as a player. It works both ways."While the opener on eight minutes was a fine individual effort, goals two and three of McCrudden's treble were the kind of poacher's efforts he isn't normally known for. They came after Ryan Curran had converted from the penalty spot following a foul on Chris Curran by Danny Wallace before the lively O'Connor rounded off the rout with a clever lobbed finish for the fifth."
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