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