Muir aims at shutout record

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Back Page - Mur­ray Spooner

Queen’s Park goal­keeper Wul­lie Muir claimed his sev­enth clean sheet for the sea­son as he helped his side to a 1-0 vic­tory over strug­gling Ar­broath.

Muir made a string of saves that kept the Red Lichties out and was de­lighted to have kept the ball out his net for the sec­ond con­sec­u­tive game.

His fo­cus now turns to Satur­day’s match with El­gin City, who have jumped up to fourth spot in the Scot­tish League Two ta­ble, two points be­hind the Ham­p­den Park side.

Muir said:“It’s good to get a clean sheet against a de­cent team in Ar­broath and it was good to get a clean sheet dur­ing the week as well..”

Muir is half­way to beat­ing his record for last year af­ter chalk­ing up 14 clean sheets in the 2014/15 sea­son.

He praised man­ager Gus MacPher­son for the im­pact he has made since join­ing the club in Jan­uary 2014.

“He said we’ve done well, keep be­liev­ing and keep win­ning games and see where it takes us,”Wul­lie added.

“He’s done well since he’s came in and he’s good to work un­der as well. He tells you if you’re do­ing well and if you’re not do­ing well he definitely tells you.”

Shot stop­per Wul­lie Muir

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