Wednesday 9th January 2013
LAST night’s cancellation of Sons reserve trip to Raith Rovers has left manager Ian Murray a frustrated man.
Ther gaffer was due to play in the Kirkcaldy encounter as he strives for match fitness, but a waterlogged pitch scuppered those plans.
He said : “To have the game called-off was a bit of a blow.
“I need some match time to get fit and I would have played last night if the game went ahead.
“It’s a double blow as I’d hoped to field a trialist and run the rule over players who have yet to feature for me.
“But, it didn’t happen so we now focus on the visit of Partick Thistle on Saturday for what should be a cracking game.
“In the last three games I can’t fault the effort from the squad and all against opposition at the other end of the division from us.
“Saturday’s game against Partick will be busy and that atmosphere will drive the boys on.”
Sons fans can still purchase tickets for the match, and they are priced at £15 for adults and £8 for concessions.
The Bet Butler Stadium will be open on Friday (11th) from 9.30am to 3.30pm and again on Saturday (12th) morning between 11am and 12pm.