Broughty Athletic needed a last gasp equaliser from defender Greg Warwick to salvage a point away to Luncarty on Saturday, a game the manager, Jamie McCunnie, said his side had dominated from start to finish. The manager himself started the game as defender Graham Hay was still out injured. Read what he had to say below…

“For a game we dominated we ended up being lucky to come away with a point. Twice we went behind and showed character to get back level. However when you dominate possession you have to make sure you keep things tight at the back and unfortunately for us, we failed to do that. We lost two poor goals, that were preventable.

In the forward areas, we failed to create many clear cut chances and the ones we did make we didn’t take advantage of. We failed to take control of the game early on by not scoring from two good opportunities and then Luncarty hit us on the counter before half time. Players need to learn quickly, there’s no point in dominating the game in terms of possession unless they make it count in both boxes.

As for Greg Warwick, (pictured right) that’s two goals in two games for him. Greg’s a quiet lad and an excellent example to any young player coming through on how to conduct yourself.  It’s nice to see him getting the reward for his hard work…”

Broughty next welcome Downfield to Whitton Park next Saturday in the Super League with kick-off at 2-30pm.

 

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