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Pompey scorer making League One step up look straightforward so far
Sunday, 12th Aug 2018 21:33 by staff

Ronan Curtis was understandably on a high after his double downed Blackpool - as he said he felt he was adjusting well to life in League One.

The news signing scored in each half to earn the Blues a 2-1 win at Bloomfield Road and afterwards told the Pompey website: 'I’m absolutely buzzing with the two goals and the result. It’s another three points on the board.

'The first goal came from a flick on by Oli Hawkins and I could have gone down. It would have been a penalty and a red card. But I stayed on my feet and was able to get the opener, which helped me build some more confidence.

'I knew I would get another chance in the second half. I chested the ball down and sent it through the keeper’s legs. When I came here I thought I’d have to work my way into the team, but the gaffer’s put his trust in me and I’m grateful.

'League One is a step up – the tempo’s sharper and the ball moves quicker, but I think I’ve shown I’m up to that.'

Curtis will be hoping for another start when Pompey host AFC Wimbledon in the League Cup on Tuesday night.


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