UK news Ross Redman happy to ‘prove a point’ to doubters with Ballymena resurgence last news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Wing-back Ross Redman feels he’s proven a point to his doubters over the last few games after a string of superb performances for Ballymena United.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! "Wing-back Ross Redman feels he’s proven a point to his doubters over the last few games after a string of superb performances for Ballymena United. The 31-year-old has been nothing short of sensational in recent weeks, pulling the strings in attack and rock solid in defence down the left-hand side for the Sky Blues as they made it five straight wins on Tuesday night by seeing off Dergview in the Irish Cup quarter-finals.In that game, Redman was excellent, playing a vital role in three of Ballymena’s five goals, typifying how key he has become to their efforts to claim both a European play-off spot and Irish Cup glory at the same time.Some questioned Ballymena boss David Jeffrey’s decision to sign the then 30-year-old at the start of the season after his contract was not renewed by Glentoran, but nobody is questioning him now, and Redman himself is delighted to have shown what he is capable of.“When I came here I spoke to David and he kept saying to me he liked how I played and I said to him I felt like I still had a point to prove in the Irish League. Some people were writing me off outside, so I wanted to come here and prove a point,” said Redman.“Due to the Covid situation, I just wanted to come and play, and I came down here and trained and I loved it.
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.“I think I’m playing well, but as long as I’m helping the team and the manager’s happy with me then I’ll just keep going out there and enjoy myself.”With their Irish Cup semi-final against Linfield coming up on Tuesday, it would be easy for minds to drift to that game, but Redman is confident Ballymena will remain focused on today’s task at hand: a trip to Dungannon Swifts, where they need a win to keep the pressure on Glenavon in the race for seventh.“It’s going to be a very difficult game and we have to think only about (today), not about the semi-final. Dungannon play a certain type of football and you need to be on top of your game to play them,” added Redman.“We’re not thinking about the Irish Cup until Saturday at 5pm when our mindset will shift. We have to focus on what we’re doing and not take our eye off the league.”"
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