No need to panic after five draws
Queen’s Park gaffer Gus MacPherson admits he’s not worried his team have drawn the last five games because he’s just glad they have put points on the board.
The Hampden Park boss has watched his team finish all-square against half of the League One teams in the past four weeks.
However, MacPherson insists the points gained have all been in crucial encounters including the weekend’s draw with East Fife.
“It just epitomises this league,” he said. “It’s been a real mixed bag but we are picking up points. We’ve scored a late equaliser, there’s been games we should have and could have won. The only game we were perhaps disappointed in was the Brechin one where I felt we should have won.
“But it’s five points and they’ve all been tough games.”
Queen’s will be out to end their run of seven games without a win at home to Peterhead on Saturday.
“We have lost twice at Peterhead so we know how difficult it will be,” MacPherson commented. “Peterhead are a dangerous team and we know we’ll have to play at our best.”
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