Whyte: Win will put Kin­noull back in mix

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game look­ing to get a pos­i­tive re­sult.

“We drew with them the last time we played them, but had we taken our chances we could’ve sneaked it.

“I think if we man­aged to win on Saturday it would be the per­fect re­sponse from last week.

“And it would cer­tainly put us right back in the mix to mount a ti­tle chal­lenge, which is ex­actly where we want to be.”

Whyte penned a con­tract ex­ten­sion at Tul­loch Park at the tail end of last year and says it’s a club with plenty of am­bi­tion.

He said: “I think it’s been a real mixed bag this sea­son so far, we know it’s a tough league and any­one can beat any­one on their day.

“We’ve had some re­ally good re­sults but also dropped some points we feel we shouldn’t have.

“We’ve still got a re­ally young team and we’re learn­ing all the time.

“Gen­er­ally we al­ways pick up in the sec­ond half of the sea­son so hope­fully we can do that go­ing for­ward.

“I signed an ex­ten­sion just be­fore Christ­mas there. I en­joy play­ing for Kin­noull and I feel the club is cer­tainly mov­ing in the right di­rec­tion.

“We’ve got a real young team but we’ve got a great team spirit and the lads all get on well on and off the park.”

The only other Premier League North fix­ture on Saturday will see Lun­carty, who still boast an un­beaten record, wel­come sec­ond-from-bot­tom For­far Al­bion to Brown­lands Park. Greg Whyte (left) and his Kin­noull team-mates face off against Dundee North End to­mor­row

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