Spi­ders boss Gus is happy with point

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Back Page - Mur­ray Spooner

Queen’s Park man­ager Gus MacPher­son was pleased his side grabbed a point against El­gin City on Satur­day.

The Spi­ders drew 0-0 at Bor­ough Briggs in a game that pro­vided very few chances.

And MacPher­son hopes his team can carry their good form into their Box­ing Day clash with Ber­wick Rangers at Ham­p­den Park.

The Spi­ders are now un­beaten in five league games and MacPher­son said:“I’m very pleased with a point.

“It cer­tainly is a case of a point gained rather than two points dropped, es­pe­cially against a team who have a fan­tas­tic record at home.

“Scott Gib­son picked up a knock against Ar­broath last week so it was a chance for Bryan Whar­ton to stake a claim. The de­fence did well and kept a clean sheet.

“The play­ers know they will all play their part this sea­son, they understand that.”

MacPher­son added: “Ber­wick had a good re­sult against Stir­ling last week. They’re un­der new man­age­ment, scored four and kept a clean sheet.

“We’ll try to make home ad­van­tage count and hope­fully cre­ate chances and take them when we can.”

Man­ager Gus MacPher­son

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