Thursday 25th September 2014
DUMBARTON boss Ian Murray is satisfied with the recent performances from his reshaped squad, but still believes there is more to come from them.
Commenting in the aftermath of the weekend draw away at Falkirk (full match report and photos now online), the gaffer said: “We didn’t play to our potential in the first half. However, the longer the game went on, the more we got into it.”
“Chris Kane produced the goods late on, doing what he does best. He’s one of those players who is always likely to grab a half chance.
“Strange as it may seem as I’d taken him off, Garry Fleming was one of our best players on the day, but in an attempt to freshen things up, I’d decided to change things up front while maintaining Kane’s goal threat.
“I like to keep a settled defence, allowing the players to develop into a unit and with the midfield it’s a similar story. However, up front it’s different for the strikers and it’s a question of looking for that combination to win games.”
You can read Ian Murray’s full comments in the forthcoming issue of the club’s impressive, revamped match day programme, Sons View, for the weekend home game against Alloa Athletic.