Har­vey’s proud of his Glens bat­tlers

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Back Page - Mur­ray Spooner

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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Proud Glen­cairn gaffer Har­vey

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