Rovers won’t change styles
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
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