An enormous flaw in attacking tactics
All this talk about “Diamonds for Change” and the one man who seems oblivious to it is Stephen Findlay.
Everyone and their granny could see on Saturday that Willis Furtado was ploughing a lone furrow in attack against Alloa and needed support urgently.
Of course, when the head coach introduced the young Wolves loanee Jordan Allan, the Diamonds faithful were dismayed and puzzled to see him replace number nine rather than partner him.
Furtado had run his socks off all afternoon and was on a booking, but surely it was worth keeping the faith while he was given the help he needed.
Did it cost us a share of the points? I guess we’ll never know.
However, Findlay’s failure to spot the clear flaw in our attacking set-up certainly made it less likely that we were ever going to produce an equaliser.
Once more, the defence were culpable when it came to Alloa’s goal, and it’s fast becoming the case that one slip at the back is all it takes to spell defeat for the Diamonds at the moment.
Lost Furtado was alone up top