We’ve had number of tough fixtures lately against teams at the top end of the table and today is not different when he welcome Highland League Cup holder Brora Rangers for today’s quarter-final tie. You want to play against the big teams and Brora will be a massive game for us, cup games keep your season alive and Brora are a very good team as we know like Formartine who we faced on Wednesday so we expect a similar performance against Brora. We’ll got for and be difficult to beat and get forward when we get the ball. Ross Tokely watched us himself on Wednesday, obviously Andy and I weren’t here the last time we played Brora but there’s a lot of talent in the dressing room and hopefully we’re now building on the confidence.
Wednesday night was a big result for us after the bad result against Cove Rangers and bar that game, results have been good since we came to the club. Andy and I said we take part of the blame for the Cove result and performance but since that game we’ve bounced back and look to take our recent form into today’s match.…
One week on from playing champions Cove Rangers we go head to head with another title contender tonight when we welcome Formartine United.
We’re looking forward to the game and we just need to make sure we that we play the way we did on Saturday with a good battling performance and it we do that we can be more than a match for anybody.…
Andy Roddie saw his two newest recruits make a winning start to their Huntly careers following the 5-2 win over Deveronvale.
Neil McVittie (left) and Calvin Roddie (right) signed in the build-up to the game and the Huntly Co-Manager was pleased with the impact the pair made.…
Huntly Co-Manager Mark Gray knows today's opponents Strathspey Thistle can't be underestimated despite being at the foot of the table.
The Jags have taken seven points off Huntly in their last three meetings.
Listen to the audio interview below to hear what Mark has to say ahead of today's game.…
After the midweek defeat to Fraserburgh we now turn our attention to a trip to Buckie against the league leaders who have maintained a one hundred percent record thus far.
They’re doing really well right now, there’s a lot of pace and goals in their team as we’ve seen the first nine games they’ve scored 46 goals. Every game in the Highland League is hard and it’s felt like that this season, teams have improved and obviously Buckie have improved significantly over the summer with a good shape about their team and just few weeks ago they beat the reigning champions Cove Rangers so we know we’ll be in for a tough game.
We thought we’d start to get players back, Blair Johnston came in midweek against Fraserburgh but at the same time we had two drop out from the subs bench. Hopefully over the next month or so we start getting players back; hopefully Martin MacDonald becomes available in the next week or so. Gary (McGowan) is still a couple of months away while Cruicky is a couple of weeks away so it’s just frustrating you’re missing some important players.
Elliot Duff is still away on holiday while Blair Johnston is due to miss out today but we just need to deal with it and go on and we could have one or two back this weekend so we’ll regroup and pull together a team we think can do a job.
One pleasing aspect of the defeat against Fraserburgh was that was another two goals from Robbie (Duncanson), we knew before he was dangerous from a set piece, he’s a good striker of the ball and is confident in front of goal and on Wednesday he was unlucky in open play not to score as he’s got a great shot on him
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