Attitudes must change blasts furious boss
Willie warns players they face being dropped
how to take the ball and make things happen.
“We did miss him, but again, the people who come in should be more than capable of filling in.
“If they can’t do that, then they will struggle to get in the team.
“It needs to be addressed, right The Glencairn gaffer was left away. We can’t afford any more slip comfortable lead in the 59th minute when fuming after Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to ups. Dylan McGuigan produced a lovely finish to Cumbernauld. “The players were angry themselves. lob the ball over Hutchison into the far The Glens went into the game on They didn’t accept it and there were a corner. the back of two good performances lot of raised voices in the dressing room
McLaughlin and Tait linked well and Tait which wielded just two points, but which was great to see and hear. fired a shot on target which Barry Fraser they never reached those heights as “It wasn’t a case of accepting what palmed round the post for a corner as Glens they crashed to their first league defeat happened, there was a lot of finger responded. of the season. pointing.”
Glencairn pulled a goal back on 64 He said: “It was disgraceful. Glens will need to improve minutes. Mark Tait rose highest, and he
“We were just not at the races and significantly if they are to take anything nodded the ball into the net.
got what we deserved. Cumbernauld from this Saturday’s home game with Dale Clark saw an effort cleared off the line
wanted it more than us. Greenock. by Neil before Cullen’s clever chip Willie said: “It will be a hard game,
“All the good work of the past two rebounded off the post at the other end. it’s something that is going to need
and sometimes I think that’s better for Glens were then reduced to ten-men as weeks was undone. addressed.”
us because we aren’t good enough to the card-happy referee showed a second “The problem was our attitude on Glens did need to contend with the
expect to win and just do it. yellow to Andy Neil for a foul on Clark. the day. loss of Alan Muir, who was declared
“I need to instill into the players Rutherglen Glencairn: Hutchison, Brown, “We thought all we had to do was unfit just before kick-off.
that they need to respect everyone Boal, Doyle, Neil, Dean Muir (Cullen), Nisanci show up as Cumbernauld had lost But the gaffer wasn’t in the mood to
regardless of results. (Shaw), McGuire, McLaughlin (Zok), Tait, their last two games. hand his players any excuse to cling
“I knew for a fact Cumbernauld Fraser. (Subs not used - McCarry, Eadie.) too.“Therewereafewraisedvoicesafter the game, from myself and Joe. There He said: “Alan has been very would be up for it and I knew they’d weren’t many pass marks in the side. influential in midfield, he knows had players missing.”
Willie Harvey has warned his underperforming players to change their attitude or risk finding themselves out the team.
“If you perform like that, people will maybe find themselves out the team, people who maybe thought they were automatic starters will find out they aren’t.
“They will need to prove themselves all over again.
“We still had chances to take something from the game, but we wouldn’t have deserved it.
“It just wasn’t good enough and
Anger Willie Harvey