Har­vey praises re­cov­ery

Rutherglen Reformer - - Sport -

Glen­cairn boss Wil­lie Har­vey felt his side did not de­serve to be 2-0 down in the match but praised his young team for dom­i­nat­ing the sec­ond half.

He said:“I felt the two goals we lost were stupid goals. The goal­keeper made a mis­take with the first one and the sec­ond one, our cen­tre half has slipped out wide. We were dis­ap­pointed be­cause we thought he’d let the young boy turn him and get across him.

“They are young boys and in the sec­ond half I couldn’t praise them enough. I thought they were out­stand­ing with the amount of foot­ball we played. I thought we con­trolled it and dom­i­nated the sec­ond half.

“I praised them for their char­ac­ter and that they kept work­ing away and do­ing what we wanted them to do.

“At the end of the day we are dis­ap­pointed with not win­ning the game but happy we didn’t lose.

“We’ll still use these cup ses­sions to give play­ers game time be­cause we have got a big squad and they all need to play and prove their worth.

“Ev­ery sin­gle player at this club is ca­pa­ble of hold­ing their po­si­tion down and that’s a good thing.

“We’ve got a cou­ple of wee knocks. An­drew, our physio, will take a look at them through­out the week but we will be chang­ing the team any­way be­cause the boys who were left out will come in to get game time.”

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