Gut­ted Baz: It wasn’t our day

Rutherglen Reformer - - Sport -

Clyde man­ager Barry Fer­gu­son be­lieved his side were the bet­ter team, de­spite los­ing 2-0 at home to Ar­broath on Satur­day.

The Bully Wee now face a tough test away to lead­ers An­nan Ath­letic who also lost last week­end.

Fer­gu­son said:“I can’t grum­ble with them.

“We were al­right but we weren’t great, which we have been over the past six weeks.

“We should have still won the game. For the first goal, I’ll need to look on the video, but we could have closed them down a wee bit bet­ter.

“I’m not go­ing in there crit­i­cis­ing them, they’ve done really well for me and I know they’ve given me ev­ery­thing. “It just wasn’t our day. “I think any­one watch­ing it would have seen we were the bet­ter team but we never took our chances and we’ve got a few in­juries as well which doesn’t really help.

“We’ll need to dust our­selves down and get on with it. It wasn’t a great re­sult for us but per­for­mance wise, we were good but we can be bet­ter.

“The play­ers are dis­ap­pointed in there as well be­cause one chance could have won the game.

“But it wasn’t to be and we’ll be ready for train­ing and we’ll pre­pare for An­nan next Satur­day.”

An­nan Ath­letic lost 1-0 away to Stir­ling Al­bion af­ter sub Phil John­ston struck in the 77th minute to claim all three points.

Un­beaten run ends Barry Fer­gu­son’s side’s win­ning streak is over

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