Wednesday 31st December 2014
GAFFER Ian Murray wants his squad to be well prepared and ready for the challenge as Dumbarton look to their short trip to Ibrox on Saturday.
“It was a great result for us and I thought the performance was excellent,” said Dumbarton manager Murray speaking to the media after the 3-1 away win against Cowdenbeath at Central Park four days ago.
“I thought the game could have been done at half-time. That’s now four out of six for us, and to be on a run of form like that at this level is great – we’re ecstatic about it.
“We’re just trying to keep everyone’s feet on the ground because now we go to Ibrox and then we have Hearts at our place.
“We’ve got ourselves a wee bit of breathing space and we can go and enjoy them a bit more,” the boss added.
The full match report and photos from the Cowdenbeath game can be viewed here.
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