Brechin City v Albion Rovers preview
PAUL MARTIN says there is more to come from his squad after last weekend’s derby win made it three successive victories for Albion Rovers.
The Cliftonhill outfit gave Airdrie a 7-2 hiding in front of more than 1,100 fans to climb into seventh place in the Irn-Bru Second Division table.
Rovers travel to Glebe Park for a date with Brechin City tomorrow in confident mood and determined to build on their impressive run.
And Martin is expecting big things from the group after warning them not to rest on their laurels. He said: “The players have more to offer than they have produced already. I’m convinced of that. I believe in my squad and I believe in their abilities to generate good performances and good results. “You do not get plaudits for surviving in November; you get plaudits for surviving and prospering at the end of the season.
“I think we have the potential to have a season to remember which would be the third in a row for this club. We are in a position where we know that we can sustain Second Division football here if we keep doing what we are doing.”
Rovers are missing Barry Russell and Chris Boyle (hamstring strains) for the trek to Angus. Stevie Canning is also expected to be out but Martin is hoping Mick O’Byrne can recover from a sickness bug in time to play.