out what was going wrong and in the second half we got our passing and movement going.
“Against Pollock in the friendly our passing game wasn’t there but on Saturday it was. We were playing through Yoker at times.”
The result leaves The Glens with only three league wins all season but they have also picked up six draws.
Harvey has often spoken out about the teams’ struggle to convert chances to goals and revealed he would like to bring in a “strong and physical” striker to accompany the speedy men he already has at his disposal.
“I’m happy with the midfield and defence at the moment but if I was to bring anyone in it would be another big striker. We need something different.”
He added: “If you look at the table we’ve drawn six games and we should have won every single one of them.
“We have missed umpteen chances in those games which have ultimately cost us points.
“If you add those 18 points we should have got from those draws to the 15 we have already got, we’d be top of the league.”
Glencairn visit Harvey’s old club Blantyre Victoria on Saturday in an attempt to move further away from the drop zone.
John Gibson’s side are third from bottom in the McBookie.com Super First Division.
The Vics have failed to win in their last five games but have progressed to the Scottish Junior Cup’s fourth round on penalties.
Commenting on this weekend’s clash, Harvey said: “They are a good team and I used to manage them. We beat them 3-0 last time at home but I don’t think the scoreline reflected the game itself.
“Blantyre had a lot of chances in the first half and could have got something out of the game.
“They may be down near the bottom of the table but that makes it worse for us. We should be playing teams like Petershill and the Clydebank because we seem to react differently when we are not the favourites.
“Saturday is a winnable game but it is also losable.” • Glencairn youth team results: Glencairn u14s Blacks 7-1 Busby u14s, Glencairn u14s Reds 0-4 Knightswood u14s, Glencairn u21s 3-0 Barrhead u21s, Arthurlie u19s 2-1 Glencairn u19s, Glencairn u16s 5-1 Stamperland u16s.
Wing play Jamie Hamilton runs at the Yoker defence