Sunday, January 29, 2017 7:32:12 PM
Jim Goodwin will reflect on the match at Coatbridge on Saturday knowing that on the day the team didn't do enough to win after going 1 - 0 ahead in the first half, the first time the team has gone ahead in a league match since defeating Stenhousemuir on the 5th November, 2016, 4-1 at the Indodrill Stadium. Any team can beat another at any given time in this league and there are no easy matches.
Andrew Wilson is applauded onto pitch making his debut
The players are giving the manager everything but in the second half Albion Rovers came right back into the match showing the form which allowed them to defeat Livingston, Airdrieonians, Brechin City & Q.O.S. this season. Our focus has not changed and the players look to go out and win every match to try and gain us promotion at the end of the season by achieving at least a top four spot. Next week we face Livingston in another huge game for the club, knowing we must win if we are to catch the Almondvale club in the chase for the title.
Stefan McCluskey at heart of all Alloa's best moves
Greig Spence tirelessly looking to add more goals
Albion Rovers keeper Ross Stewart is wrong footed at goal
Scott Taggart turns to receive acclaim for opening goal 1-0
Jordan Kirkpatrick driving into the Albion Rovers box
Ross J. Stewart No.9 flicks in equalising goal 1-1
Dylan Mackin came on for final 20 minutes