Harvey’s proud of his Glens battlers
Rutherglen Glencairn manager Willie Harvey insists his players can hold their heads high after their promotion dreams were extinguished.
The Glens gaffer admitted he was disappointed not to guide the team to the Super Premier Division after ending the season with a run of one loss in 16 matches.
Monday night’s 1-1 draw with Cumbernauld United was not enough for them to claim a top three finish in the league table.
However, Harvey knows he has the nucleus of a team of winners and hopes they can go one step further next season.
He said: “They can 100 per cent be proud of themselves. It was a relatively new team and it took a while for us to gel together which was expected.
“Hopefully next season we can go on and complete the task.”
Following the disappointment earlier this week, the club confirmed players had already exited The Celsius Stadium.
Keeper JC Hutchison will join Fauldhouse United for the 2017/18 campaign while club captain Brian Eadie has announced his retirement.
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