Call-offs be­com­ing a pain

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David Wren Wishaw Ju­niors boss John Bro­gan ad­mits con­stant call-offs in the Scot­tish Ju­nior Cup are be­com­ing frus­trat­ing.

The Cen­tral District side were sup­posed to head to Dundee Down­field on Satur­day in the much-an­tic­i­pated cup tie.

But the game was called off on Satur­day morn­ing ahead of the crunch game.

Bro­gan said:“It is a bit of a nui­sance but you can’t do much about the weather.

“The boys had trained the two days and were look­ing sharp but un­for­tu­nately the game was put off and there’s not much you can do about that.”

The tie is sched­uled for this com­ing Satur­day as Wishaw look to progress in the com­pe­ti­tion.

But if the game falls foul to the weather once more, Bro­gan has a back-up plan to keep his play­ers tick­ing over.

He added:“If it doesn’t go ahead this week­end we’ll try to get a friendly or­gan­ised to keep the play­ers tick­ing over.”

Shotts Bon Ac­cord were sup­posed to take on For­far West End but their game was also vic­tim of the cold weather over the week­end.

Their tie will also be re-sched­uled for this week­end as they too look to progress in the com­pe­ti­tion.

Call-off woes John Bro­gan

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