Defensive worries for Cliftonhill fans
Rovers have now claimed one point from the last four games and that last-minute defeat to East Fife a few weeks ago is looking like the start of a mini slump.
It’s one that Brian Kerr will need to reverse quickly if we are to drag ourselves back up the table.
What makes it worse is that all of these games have been against teams sitting below us in the table with Saturday’s 4-3 defeat to Forfar the case in point.
We beat them comfortably earlier on this season and we should have beaten them comfortably at Cliftonhill.
Despite dominating possession and being the more threatening side, Rovers found themselves 4-2 down and ignored the most basic rule of football.
You are at your most vulnerable just after scoring.
It must be a priority for the management to stem the flow of goals conceded by this team as we cannot depend on Connor Shields and Alan Trouten outscoring the opposition every week.
Rovers will need to be near their best against Alloa this week to keep the Wasps calling.
Struggle A solution is needed