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Peterhead 1-1 Airdrie: Dugout Reaction

Sun 02 Apr 2017

Rory McAllister brushes aside Sean McIntosh before slotting in Peterhead's opener Rory McAllister brushes aside Sean McIntosh before slotting in Peterhead's opener

Peterhead manager Jim McInally:

"I thought a draw was probably about right."

"After we scored, we did a bit better this week than last Saturday and eventually Airdrie pushed on again."

"They were not opening us up or anything like that but they had a bit more of the ball."

"We are obviously really disappointed with their goal because we feel as though there were two or three players in an offside position and ultimately that decision has cost us."

"We changed shape 10 minutes after half time and started to get up the park and were slightly the better side, although we did not do enough to score."

"There was hardly a clear cut chance in the game so it was probably the right result."

 


Airdrie Head Coach Mark Wilson:

"I thought we were very comfortable in the game."

"We controlled most of it after losing an early goal and having to deal with that setback."

"I thought we were fine after that and passed the ball quite well. We had a golden opportunity to get back into it with the penalty but Iain Russell missed it."

"These things happen in games and I was pleased with how the players responded to that."

"But the disappointment comes from the second half because I thought we could have passed the ball from side to side a bit better."

"Still, I felt we controlled the game and we had two efforts cleared off the line and on another day, they go in."

 


By Glenn Moir