Gus: ‘We’ll turn our play into points ...’

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Back Page - Mur­ray Spooner

Queen’s Park man­ager Gus MacPher­son ad­mit­ted it was two points dropped against Mon­trose on Satur­day but will hope for bet­ter for­tune in home games this week.

The Spi­ders en­ter­tain An­nan Ath­letic and Ar­broath at Ham­p­den Park af­ter be­ing held to a 1-1 draw at Links Park.

Gary Fraser’s free kick from just out­side the 18-yard box floated into the top cor­ner less than two min­utes af­ter half-time to can­cel out Paul Woods’opener for Queen’s.

The vis­i­tors had nu­mer­ous chances to win the game in the fi­nal stages but left Mon­trose with only a point to re­main six off top spot in league two.

Speak­ing to the Re­former this week, MacPher­son said:“It was def­i­nitely two points dropped. We played well and cre­ated chances es­pe­cially in the last stage of the game. We did ev­ery­thing but score.

“The play­ers will be look­ing for­ward to play­ing at the na­tional sta­dium with two home games on the new play­ing sur­face .

“We need to try and turn our per­for­mances into three points in­stead of draw­ing games.”

Queen’s Park played An­nan Ath­letic on Tues­day night af­ter the Re­former went to print.


Gus Macpher­son

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