Har­vey is hop­ing to beat the weather

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Back Page - Mur­ray Spooner

Ruther­glen Glen­cairn boss Wil­lie Har­vey be­lieves it will be a tough game for his team this week­end — if it goes ahead.

The Glens gaffer does not think the match against Kil­syth will over­come the bad weather ex­pected later in the week.

Har­vey’s men, who have been given three home games in a row, have not been able to play on their own Southcroft Park for eight weeks.

Al­though the play­ers have only been able to train for an hour twice a week, Wil­lie is pos­i­tive they can get a re­sult on Satur­day.

He said: “I think it will be a very close game and one of our play­ers, Paul Doyle will be play­ing against his old club.

“He played for Kil­syth for eight years so it will be a chal­lenge for him.

“They’re a strong team and they started well be­fore the weather kicked in.”

The Glens have no in­jury wor­ries. How­ever Jonny Boal is not ex­pected to ap­pear in a black and white hooped jer­sey un­til the new year.

Kil­syth cur­rently sit in third spot in the Su­perleague First Di­vi­sion, six points above Glen­cairn in ninth.

Frus­tra­tion Wil­lie Har­vey

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