There were tell tale signs at the Stirling Uni game that something was a miss in the dressing room. 2nd half collapse tonight with some bizarre substitutions only backs this up. It’s a pivotal point of the season for the club. If the club goes down there is literally no way back.
After that I would expect Mr Reid to offer his resignation. 3 subs at the end was the icing on the cake. He has no plan B. Yes, he has limited resources, but to concede goals the same way and not change it, is unacceptable. We are staring lowland league football in the face. A big shake up from the top to the bottom. Dark Days Ahead. On a plus point great craic on the bus
Quite possibly the best 30 minutes I've seen Rovers play in the first half. Then a complete collapse in the 2nd half. Manager has to take responsibility and I think it will be difficult to justify his tenure given how much of a collapse at half time. Annan changed one player and totally dominated in 2nd half. Worse than that was the non existant stewards and our tricky situation when some tennage Annan fans decided to verbally abuse a lady Rovers supporter. Shameful night on and off the park. Also think the board need to take a long hard look in the mirror and decide if they are fit to take this club forward. Because it certainly ain't moving forward.
Very bad result tonight, need to get it together boys or the rovers will go down, on No fault of their own, we seem to be struggling nearly every season now and that’s with all the money that gets contributed to the club by the funds of spending money so what’s happening to decent players coming in, there only a few decent players in the squad, just really really disappointing to see what’s happening to rovers.
Funds are needed NOW for the manager if he has to get in a short term striker even on loan ( as we all know and I know he and his team are constantly on the lookout )The BOD need to now stand up and be counted and speak to the club “owner/major shareholder “ for backup out or the bank as this is now a time of grave concern as a business outwith the football field Either that or the manager has run coarse whichever way money will be needed to survive or we’re finished in the top leagues Doing nothing is not an optional
Was genuinely shocked by the second half performance: we should have been 4-0 up at half-time. Rovers were the form team in the division a few weeks ago, but that was a shocker yesterday. Definitely looked like the end of something, but who knows: perhaps something might happen v Dumbarton. In the end, could have been 8-1 after that dire second half performance.