Rovers take on Berwick Rangers this Saturday at The Reigart Stadium (3pm kick-off) in the Scottish Lowland Football League.
(Pictures: Phil Dawson)
“Tuesday was really disappointing and we all know that we can be better than that – but there is nothing worse than having to think about it for a full week or longer so having this game on Saturday so quickly is great for us to get right back it.
“It is vital that we put something together now, some sort of run. We’ve been good in spells.
“One week brilliant and one week bad, that sort of thing. In the cup matches we have been good but in the league we haven’t really got going yet – our position in the table shows that.
“The league is our priority and we need to start picking up three points every match.
“I’ve loved it here so and the fans have really gotten behind us and myself, I feel a great connection there already and we have a big support.
“The gaffer, George (Paterson), Michael Paton, all of the people involved have been really supportive.”
“It wasn’t good enough. We warned them that Stirling University would make it hard for us and that they are a good team. They showed that in the previous two matches against them.
“I was so disappointed in the goal, it is only a minute into the game and Arnie (Kasa) has missed the ball and Sean (Fagan) has the header back and the lad eventually has a tap in to score.
“It suited them. Going one up early on. They are well-coached and organised. They worked harder than us probably because they had something to hold on to in that sense.
“We had phases of the game and passed the ball well enough in spells but we didn’t test the goalkeeper enough.
“Our efforts were from poor areas. We shot from well outside the box and that was the really frustrating part. We didn’t create too many good chances.”