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Steve Cotterill upbeat after Shrews maintain their winning momentum

Shrewsbury manager Steve Cotterill liked what he saw from his side in the 1-0 win over Lincoln in Sky Bet League One. Daniel Udoh’s 84th-minute winner made it three consecutive wins for Shrewsbury on a sunny Shropshire afternoon. The Shrews attacker reacted quickly to a loose ball on the...
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Steve Cotterill feels Shrewsbury’s luck is changing after victory at Rotherham

Shrewsbury manager Steve Cotterill feels his side’s luck is turning after they produced a stunning 3-0 win at League One leaders Rotherham. Strikes from Daniel Udoh and Elliott Bennett, either side of Angus MacDonald’s straight red secured the victory for the visitors. Ryan Bowman put further gloss on the result in added time.
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Steve Cotterill felt Shrewsbury did everything but score in Cambridge stalemate

Steve Cotterill was delighted with Shrewsbury’s performance at Cambridge despite being unable to find a winner. The visitors dominated the goalless contest, with Ryan Bowman hitting a post after Dimitar Mitov had saved from Tom Flanagan in the first half. Cambridge clung on in the final 10 minutes when...
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Steve Cotterill hails ‘outstanding’ display as Shrewsbury hold leaders Rotherham

Steve Cotterill was full of praise for his Shrewsbury side who forced league leaders Rotherham to cling onto a goalless draw at Montgomery Waters Meadow. After an even first half, Salop unleashed a barrage on Josh Vickers’ goal including George Nurse’s 30-yard piledriver that cannoned off the inside of the post before Vickers smothered Matthew Pennington’s rebound.
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Steve Cotterill felt Shrewsbury more than deserved their win over Burton

Shrewsbury boss Steve Cotterill was pleased on many levels as his side got their first win in nine League One games with a 2-0 victory over his former side Burton. In a game of few real chances, Town capitalised on a corner routine when Tom Bloxham swept home in the first half and Matthew Pennington netted after George Nurse’s long-range effort came loose in the box after another set-piece.
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Steve Cotterill salutes Shrewsbury players after battling draw with Fleetwood

Shrewsbury boss Steve Cotterill saluted a magnificent second-half response from his players as they hit back to secure a 1-1 draw against Fleetwood. A Luke Leahy penalty earned the Shrews a deserved point as they hit back following Anthony Pilkington’s Fleetwood opener. The Shrews moved up to 16th place...
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Shrewsbury boss Steve Cotterill happy with a point at AFC Wimbledon

Shrewsbury manager Steve Cotterill was content with a point as his side came back from a goal down to draw 1-1 with AFC Wimbledon at Plough Lane. The Dons led 1-0 at half-time after Ayoub Assal’s header 13 minutes into the game, before Daniel Udoh levelled the scores just before the hour mark.
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Shrews boss Steve Cotterill: I could have changed nine players at half-time

Shrewsbury boss Steve Cotterill was grateful to leave Gillingham with a point after a dismal display which left him wishing he could have made nine half-time changes. The Shrews played out a goalless draw with their fellow strugglers, who came closest to finding the net when Danny Lloyd’s speculative long-range free-kick struck the woodwork six minutes from time.
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Shrewsbury lacked sharpness against Crewe – Steve Cotterill

Steve Cotterill admitted Shrewsbury lacked sharpness in front of goal during their goalless draw at local rivals Crewe. Defenders Matthew Pennington and Ethan-Ebanks Landell went close with late chances for the visitors at Gresty Road as Shrewsbury extended their unbeaten league run to five games as they returned to action following their FA Cup defeat at Liverpool.
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