Carlisle manager John Sheridan has welcomed back Ashley Nadesan, after the striker made his first start back at Brunton Park this weekend.
The 23-year old has previously been on loan with the Bluebirds, but returned last season to parent club Fleetwood. He’s back on loan again and Sheridan highlighted exactly what he can bring to the side.
“The work he did ahead of the goal is typical of the type of player he is,” he told the club’s official site. “It’s what he’s all about and it was brilliant from him.”
Carlisle earned their first win of the season at the weekend as they defeated Cheltenham 1-0, courtesy of a Ritchie Bennett goal. Nadeson was involved in the build up and Sheridan was quick to praise his impact.
“It was endeavour to get to the ball when he didn’t really have any right to get there. He was aware of where Benno [Richie Bennett] was and he managed to get it to him. It was a nice finish as well and I think Benno will be thanking him for that.”
“I think he’s a bit short of matches, but I threw him in to a 4-4-2 and he did well. He had a bit of cramp at the end, but one thing I know is that he’ll work his socks off for me.”
Nadeson held off a challenge this weekend before feeding Bennett and the goal couldn’t have been more welcome. It’s be a challenging start to life in League Two this season for Carlisle, but they’ll be delighted to get off the mark.
The win gave John Sheridan his first three points after taking over in the summer from Keith Curle and he’ll be pleased his new signing was involved in the win.