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Hodgson Happy With Dorrans & Morrison

Roy Hodgson has explained the midfield switching against Liverpool and he believes both players acquitted themselves well.

Speaking to wba.co.uk Hodgson explained that despite the injury to Scharner he was planning on introducing Dorrans and Morrison anyway.

'I was thinking of getting Dorrans and Morrison on the field anyway early in the second half to try and give us a bit more composure on the ball and possibly find some goalscoring opportunities for us. I think they answered my request.'

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Date:Sunday October 30 2011

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