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The Big Interview With three games gone in the Dafabet Welsh Preier League, midfielder Jordan Lam has been grabbing much of the headlines for Cardiff Met FC. We caught up with the tricky winger ahead of today’s game with TNS to talk about the clubs start to the seaon MET: Hi, Jordan, thanks for taking the

time to talk to us today, how do you feel the season has started?

JL: It's been a frustrating start in terms

of getting points on the board, but I feel confident about how we're playing. I'm sure the points will come.

MET: Tell me a little about the step up in standard from the Welsh League. JL: There's been a noticeable step up, but nothing too arduous. Certainly it's more physical, but that was no surprise. We can be a little bit more street wise on the pitch but that will come with experience and game time.

MET: What are your hopes and expectations for the 2016/17 Dafabet WPL campaign? JL: Based on our start to the league, I feel we are more than capa-

ble to do well. At the moment though, I'm more focused on winning games and playing good football. Once that comes we can start to map out our expectations although our main aim is to stay in the Dafabet Welsh Premier League.

MET: Thanks Jordan, good luck tonight!

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Cardiff Met FC programme vs The New Saints  

Contents of the match day programme for the 2nd match in the Welsh Premier League versus Bala Town.

Cardiff Met FC programme vs The New Saints  

Contents of the match day programme for the 2nd match in the Welsh Premier League versus Bala Town.

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