No need to panic af­ter five draws

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Back Page - Mur­ray Spooner

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.”

All-square Gus MacPher­son

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