Wideman happy with contribution to triumph at Fratton Park...
Jamal Campbell-Ryce was delighted to finally get an assist in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Portsmouth.
The winger was named as the Magpies’ man of the match on the day, following a dazzling showing on the wing.
Countless runs and deliveries into the box could have seen Notts score on multiple occasions but it was not until the second period that the former Bristol City man saw one of his crosses converted.
Campbell-Ryce was pleased with the team’s overall performance and enjoyed seeing plenty of the ball in attacking positions.
“Obviously the gaffer wants me and Zokes to play high and wide – or Judgey, when he plays out there,” he explained in his post-match interview on Magpie Player.
“The emphasis is on getting the ball out wide and isolating the full-backs to get them one-v-one.
“Luckily that was able to happen and I got a lot of joy from that.”
He added: “When Judgey assisted Zoko’s goal, I said to him that I put in 30 crosses in the first half and he puts in one and gets the assist.
“After that, it was nice to see Yoann get on the end of one of mine.
“It was a great finish and both headers were very good.
“It was a good win and into the second round of the FA Cup.
“It was a big performance and we passed the ball brilliantly and the work rate of the team was fantastic.”
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