Rovers won’t change styles

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser - - Motor Guide - Mark Pirie

Brian Kerr has vowed not to change the way Al­bion Rovers play at Clifton­hill – af­ter pitch prob­lems blighted their early sea­son home form.

On the road the Coat­bridge side have claimed three wins from three in the league.

How­ever, at home they have suf­fered a heavy de­feat to Ayr and a dis­ap­point­ing Mon­k­lands derby loss to Air­drie.

As they pre­pare to host Stran­raer on Satur­day, Kerr has promised they will not change their pass­ing style to suit the sur­face.

In­stead, he hopes more work can be put into the pitch at Clifton­hill.

“We’re go­ing through a bit of a sticky patch at home and we need to look at why that is,”he told the Ad­ver­tiser.

“When we went to Ham­p­den we were play­ing some good stuff on a qual­ity pitch.

“Ar­broath and For­far were both de­cent sur­faces and suited the way we want to play the game.

“So maybe the sur­face at home has ham­pered us a

Clifton­hill call Brian Kerr

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