It’s been while since we’ve had a win away to Turriff United. We’ve not won at The Haughs since they first came into the league back in 2009/10 but if we can show the same attitude and effort we did against Deveronvale and give a bit of fight and dig we won’t go wrong.

It was disappointing to draw last week and a win would’ve been great. The penalty was a soft one and Grant Campbell apologised but I said to him it looked like he didn’t touch the player and Craig Simpson was going down before Grant went near him but you see that a lot in football nowadays where players will go down with little or no contact.…

Read more: We'll Be Looking For The Same Attitude We Got Last Week

Derby matches are coming thick and fast it was good to get the Keith games out of the road and pick up six points compared to last season where we went away empty handed. After a festive double header with Keith we now look forward to welcoming Inverurie Loco Works tomorrow.


Read more: Derby Matches Are Coming Thick & Fast

Playing teams back to back can sometimes give you an idea of what to possibly expect the following week. Keith will know about us already as Graham McBeath previously mentioned he had us watched this season already when he was doing some scouting for Formartine United.


Read more: Some of the Young Lads Have Played Themselves Into Contention

We go to Fort William tomorrow forced into reshuffling the team once again with Grant Campbell the latest absentee through suspension. Every Friday I seem to be doing jigsaws trying to piece a team together following call-offs and injuries and other selection issues.

We’ll have David Booth back for the game as he’s now freed up from his suspension and he’ll give us another option going forward.…

Read more: If We Lose Goals Like We Did Last Week We'll Have a Mountain To Climb At Fort William

We go into tomorrow’s game away to Lossiemouth knowing we’ll be forced into making changes again – you never know I might have to get the boots on myself.

We’ll be without Marek Mádle who will have to sit this one out due to a one match suspension and we’ve got the option of putting Andrzej Kleczkowski back up front and David Booth is also capable of doing a job further up the field but we know every week that it all depends on who is available and having to assess any injury problems. We’ve had Alexander Thoirs missing the last two games through work commitments and we’re hoping he’s back onshore and available for the trip to Lossiemouth. If we can get him back it can allow us to push someone else further up the pitch…

Read more: We'll Be Forced Into Making Changes Once Again

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