Caretaker manager Jamie McCunnie said he saw a vast improvement in his side’s defeat to Camelon on Saturday but admits his disappointment at his sides missed chances throughout the game when our Website Admin Team spoke to him. Read below what he had to say…
“Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Camelon was a very hard one to take for me as I thought our performance was a big improvement from a week ago, which is what I demanded from the players.
We played well for large parts of the game, particularly in the first half and deserved to take the 1-0 lead from Garry Kenneth’s strike. However, we didn’t take the other chances that came our way in the first half and then paid the price for that when we conceded the equaliser when we should have cleared the ball from the edge of the box.
The second half Camelon upped their game and pressed us back and scored a fluke second goal. We still had some chances to equalise but it wasn’t to be, which saddened me. Our recent form hasn’t been good enough and we need to change this as soon as possible and we now look forward to a very tough game through at Linlithgow Rose next Saturday…”