Our bub­ble hasn’t burst

West Lothian Courier - - Drivetime Extra -

Dolly Menga in­sisted back-to-back de­feats do not mean Liv­ingston’s bub­ble has burst.

The striker is adamant Gary Holt’s men have shown enough in 1-0 de­feats by St John­stone and Hamil­ton to en­sure their con­fi­dence hasn’t been af­fected by the score­line.

The An­golan, who scored the win­ner against Rangers ear­lier in the sea­son, missed a great chance at 0-0 and ad­mits they should have taken at least a point from La­nark­shire on Satur­day but he in­sists his team-mates re­main con­fi­dent de­spite fall­ing to eighth in the ta­ble.

He said:“It was a dif­fi­cult game. We had the ma­jor­ity of the pos­ses­sion and op­por­tu­ni­ties to win the game but we found it very dif­fi­cult to score. Hamil­ton had one chance and scored with it.”

He added:“There was a lot of fight­ing against their de­fend­ers. But I didn’t take the one chance I had to score. It was a good op­por­tu­nity and had I scored it would have given us more con­fi­dence for the next game.

“It’s hard to take. But we will keep our heads up for the next game against Celtic. We re­main con­fi­dent, will stay to­gether and be bet­ter in the next game.”

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