In my last article, I stated that we must turn up against Formartine and we ended up facing the nightmare scenario where literally half the squad didn’t turn up because of illness. That said, no team should be three down inside eleven minutes and I think it exposed a naivety about us which has appeared in flashes this season.


Read more: "We're Looking To Turn The Corner"

Tomorrow is a day that we simply must turn up. Our recent record against Formartine has been much like our recent form in general which has been unacceptable. It is a strange atmosphere in the dressing room in that while we are frustrated with the way that results have gone there is still a good bond between the boys and we want to do well for each other. However that will count for nothing unless we are putting points on the board at 4.45 today.


Read more: We Must Turn Up

Three defeats in a row with no goals scored doesn’t make very good reading but the last two performances have been very positive.


As a team we felt hard done by to have not got any points from the home match against Buckie and had a point to prove against Brora. We put in a massive shift up there and felt robbed as Barney was clearly tripped and before we knew it we were a man and a goal down. However that is football and it is a fast learning curve for us but we will not be faulted for effort.


Read more: The last two performances have been very positive

Following my last game for the club tonight I'd like to take this opportunity to thank everybody behind the scenes and the supporters for all their backing during my time at the club.

Read more: Thanks For Your Support

This morning's Scottish Cup draw paired Huntly with junior side Girvan in the first round. Girvan retained their SFA membership when they went into the junior ranks and are automatically entered into the competition every year. Huntly ran out one-nil winners on that occasion and will be looking for the win again this time.

With no Manager at present to give their reaction to the draw, we spoke to midfielder Stuart Soane who scored the winner in the corresponding tie at Christie Park two years ago.…

Read more: Scottish Cup 1st Round Draw: Reaction

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