We appear to be in a rut of defeats by the odd goal and I have a feeling that will continue, 1-2 for me. I have a prior commitment and will miss this one, but would be hugely delighted to have my prediction proved wrong.
This is turning out to be a bad day for the Rovers what is going on, we are struggling again, it's a good job the bottom teams getting beat, is the boys just giving up or out of steam, we need some wins, coming Rovers.💪💪💪
Situation not helped by ref sending off McAllister wrongly-as ball hit his shoulder,not his arm.Spoke to the player and understandably was incensed by the decision.We did not deserve anything out of the game in all honesty,but any chance of a contest was knocked on the head by that debacle.Still a few tactical issues that irk me,and questionable substitutions,allied with some players on the bench today,who should have started.However should be stated that is just my opinion-I do understand others opinions also.
Given that we had to play most of the game with 10 men, away from home, against a team that are by any measure superior to us - I thought we did OK. Wind was also a big factor in this game especially in the 2nd half when we were kicking into it. Despite that, created a few chances and when Scally and East came on, showed some grit and determination even though the game was by then well over.
On the other hand, if the Blair Henderson of 2 seasons ago had showed up this would easily have been 6 or 7. Trialist who came on in the 2nd half and played at centre-back looked pretty solid too I thought.
Just to add a footnote to yesterday's events - we are NOT doomed guys!!!
I think you *might* be correct for season 2019/20, Prof, but if things continue as they are, we’re just delaying the inevitable. The club is incredibly fortunate that Berwick (last season) and Brechin (this) have been just that wee bit more devoid of ideas than we have. I don’t think we’ll survive the drop next season with the current manager (and his backroom staff) at the helm.