Telling It LIke It Is
Updated Saturday, 14th August 2010
Jim McInally is not one to pussyfoot around what he sees are problems.
East Stirlingshire’s head coach Jim McInally was not best pleased with his players as they trooped off after they lost 6-1 to Peterhead in the ALBA Challenge Cup on Tuesday. He was not about to let them off with a 'hard lines lads' post match critique of his sides defensive shortcomings.
McInally said: "It was one-one at the start of the second half and we went from a position where we had a chance of progressing to completing defensive suicide. Every goal they scored was from a mistake and it was unacceptable. Our keeper should have left the ball at the second goal but instead tipped the ball right onto Paul Hay’s head and it went in for an own goal. The third was a bad pass from John Neil, and the fourth and fifth were free headers."
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