At­ti­tudes must change blasts fu­ri­ous boss

Wil­lie warns play­ers they face be­ing dropped

Rutherglen Reformer - - Glencairn - Dou­glas Dickie

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

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