We are already a certainty to finish bottom so for me the rest of the season is about trying to get some semblance of a team together for the play off.
The teams who were within striking distance a month ago have now left us behind and got some much needed points on the board.
Nothing else but a win will do but I personally can't see it.We don't score goals and we don't keep clean sheets.0-2.
I don't see where all the optimism comes from on here either Tommy. Cowden will have their tales up after a good midweek win over QP who themselves have been on good form. We have a fundamental problem in that we don't score enough goals and leak goals 10 a penny. Would love to be proved wrong. If we get a draw we are doing well , will be the first on here if it's a win.
Thank god for some realism on here. I have to keep checking that we've not actually only lost one game all season as opposed to only winning one ffs.
Cowdenbeath are a team full of hard men and cloggers and we've already shown we can't compete in this league. Two centre halves who like a sliding tackle could be interesting on a wet pitch.
The fundamental problem is that we have a team full of ex-juniors (but probably not 'ex' for long) and Alloa weans who aren't ready. The performance at Berwick was admirable as far as endeavour goes but we never looked like winning it - bar the chance within the first couple of minutes.
If the new manager has worked some miracle in the intervening two weeks then good on him. We'll find out in a couple of hours.
I'm unable to make it today but following progress(?) on BBC Scottish football. Just seen line up & Rob Jones not listed..... maybe injured?Anyway give it your very best shot, guys and hope Kevin's beginning to make his mark.
Played better today with defence looking more organised. Lacking a bit of firepower and with better up front could have got the three points. Also good to see "dugmeat" getting another well deserved man of the match.
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