Dylan Boyle is currently out on loan at Spennymoor Town and the young midfielder bagged his first goal for the Club in their 3-0 home win over Gloucester City.
Dylan Boyle played in Spennymoor Town’s 3-0 home win over Gloucester City. The Northern Ireland international bagged his first of the season with the opening goal in the match in the second half.
For his performance in the middle of the park, Boyle picked up the Man of the Match award and the 20-year-old sat down after the victory to speak to the Club.
“It was brilliant today and with results not really going for us in recent weeks, this win will hopefully kick us on for the rest of the season and give us a big confidence boost.
“The staff and players have been brilliant with me since I came in. The feel about this Club is fantastic and for me I am enjoying every moment and the fans are great. It was great to pick up the Man of the Match award today, but it’s not all about personal accolades, it’s about getting the points.
“Scoring is definitely not an area I focus too much on but it was great to be out there and chip in witb the first goal and then help the lads pick up the three points. As a group, we knew if we could get that first goal that more goals would come and that’s what happened
“It’s as quick as a flash with what a player decides to do in a game and for me, I had that composure to bring the ball back onto my right foot as at the time it was on my left and I was feeling it with that so it might have been a swing and a miss but it was good to score.”
Spennymoor Town’s manager, Jason Ainsley sung Boyle’s praises after the match at the weekend, and here’s what he had to say.
“The first goal of the match was important, and I am delighted Boyley [Dylan Boyle] got it as I was hammering him after the game as he shouldn’t have been that far up the pitch so I had to double take to see who it was on the edge of the box.
“He has turned two of their players onto their backside and took his chance really well.
“He has come in at a really tough time as in the first game we beat Banbury and it’s all singing and dancing and then he’s had to deal with a lot with us and it will really put him in good stead in the future as he will play a lot higher than this level we are at.
“He’s a modern professional and we are delighted to have him with us this season. He epitomises what I look for in a footballer and he’s the complete player and has been a breath of fresh air since joining us.”
With four other Fleetwood Town players out on loan, only Jake Wallace and Tom Hoyle were in action for their respective club's, with the duo starting for Colne in their league clash on Saturday against Bootle. Hoyle played the full 90 minutes, with Wallace making way after 80 minutes on the clock.
Chris Conn-Clarke and Will Russ were both cup tied for their matches at the weekend. They will both be available for their club's next fixture this weekend.