Interview : Paul Terry : 29/01/2005
Paul Terry after he scored in the 3-2 defeat at Charlton Athletic
Paul Terry
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Right-back and midfielder Paul Terry spoke to the press after he had scored in a 3-2 defeat at Charlton Athletic on January 29th 2005.

PT: I'd like to think we had them worried. We put in a good performance for the 90 minutes really. we thoroughly deserved to go in at 1-1 at half time. We were a bit lack-lustre in the first 10 minutes of the second half but we came back into it with a great strike from Arron Davies and we were unlucky not to get a draw in the end.

Qu: You settled down well in the first half and obviously would have been disappointed to concede the first goal after 37 minutes particularly after hitting the post yourself. But in the end before half time you had the perfect reply.

PT: Yes it was and we were disappointed to go 1-0 down. But we responded in the right way. We kept attacking them and we kept getting the ball down and trying to play football and we got our rewards with the goal just before half time.

Qu: It was nearly a fairy-tale day all-round for you today with your family here, your brother here and your daughter was a mascot for the day.

PT: Yes, my daughter was a mascot for the day which was nice. She didn't actually come out onto the pitch because she got a little bit nervous I think but it was nice to have her about before the kick-off.

Qu: And a souvenir from the match that you didn't want - an injury to your leg that led to you going off.

PT: Yes I just twisted my knee when the second goal went in. I landed awkwardly in the goal, just twisted it - hopefully not too bad, we'll just have to wait and see how it settles down.

Qu: I suppose your disappointment today will be tempered by the fact that there is so much for you to look forward to as a team for the rest of the season. We've seen the League Two table and you're still top.

PT: Yes, that's it. That's where we want to be - top of League Two. The the FA Cup has been a great distraction for us but now we can concentrate fully. It's an old cliche but we can concentrate on the league now. We're still top of the league so we can go to Macclesfield next weekend and look to build on that.

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29/04/2006Paul Terry after Yeovil secured League One status at HuddersfieldView
15/11/2005Paul Terry after scoring in the 4-0 win against Macclesfield in the FA CupView
09/04/2005Paul Terry after the 5-2 win over Mansfield TownView
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22/01/2005Paul Terry after he scored in the 2-1 win over Cambridge UnitedView
08/01/2005Paul Terry after the 3-0 win over Rotherham United in the FA CupView
03/01/2005Paul Terry after he had scored in the 4-2 win over Shrewsbury TownView
21/08/2004Paul Terry after the 2-1 win away to Notts CountyView
06/10/2003Paul Terry after the 2-0 defeat at CheltenhamView
23/08/2003Paul Terry after he made his debut at Leyton OrientView

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