Wednesday 19th March 2014

MANAGER Ian Murray who saw his team break the half-century barrier of goals scored in last Sat’s demolition of Cowdenbeath, is delighted that his loan signings are proving valuable in the SPFL Championship.

The gaffer said : “All the players, particularly the younger ones who come in, are a gamble.

“We take advice on who bring to the Bet Butler Stadium and this season all have been exceptional.

“Chris Kane has come in and has proved himself at a decent level and of course we now have Mikey Miller who has adapted very well. He has a chance of playing for Celtic’s first team and we are happy to help with his development.”

The manager expressed his delight too at bouncing back from the Aberdeen quarter-final loss and in the manner of the Cowdenbeath win.

He continued : “Having a home game after the Scottish Cup match was a real boost for all sorts of reasons and the final score probably flattered us a bit but we deserved to win.

“We are now 10 points ahead of them (Cowdenbeath) and are chasing a play-off spot at the right end of the table.”

Sons now face league leaders Dundee at the BBS this Saturday, kick-off 3pm.

Tickets are on-sale now.

Alan Findlay

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