Daryl McMahon hailed his side’s character as Ebbsfleet United made it three wins out of three in Kent derbies at the Kuflink Stadium this season.
And the manager was delighted that it was Andy Drury who was on hand to convert the winner deep into stoppage time.
“I was delighted he scored and I was delighted it was him as well,” McMahon told BBC Radio Kent’s Matt Cole. “He’s a player that, sometimes, I hear moaning on the terraces when he gives the ball away and he’s a phenomenal footballer at this level. His brain is 10 minutes ahead of everyone else’s sometimes and that’s his problem but he’s been terrific for me for 18 months.
“My team’s got unbelievable character. People talk about other things and they ignore how much character the team’s got. We were awesome today, absolutely awesome to a man, every single one of them including the lads who haven’t been playing very much. I was very, very proud of them today to put that performance in and they showed brilliant character.”
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