Our bubble hasn’t burst
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.”