Saturday, September 25, 2010

Basic instinct suits the Sons

Dumbarton Jim Chapman reckons his last two games after collecting four points are on the road to recovery.

Stenhouse-Muir on a home win against Alloa was followed by a hard-earned draw and Sons boss said: "Confidence in the season took a hit early, but I believe that we are right after a disappointing start is on track.

"We set up to give Alloa last week and we did our job well and the players deserve credit for that. We are a young team and a new team and if we keep doing the basics right , we can continue to progress. "
IRN-Bru Third Division, Clyde boss Stuart Millar star striker Marc McCusker is sweating on the fitness.

Unprecedented IRN-Bru Young Player of the Month for August against Annan to a shoulder injury and to determine how long he will be sidelined for the scan.

Miller said, "Mark hurt his shoulder during the game last week and I took off because of pain he was in, even if it wanted to keep playing.

"Above the shoulder height lift his hand and we think he may have damaged his collarbone can. It is a big blow to lose him."

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