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Eadie staying Camm for Albion assignment

Fri 10 Aug 2018

20 year old former Elgin defender Is ready to face Rovers for first time 20 year old former Elgin defender Is ready to face Rovers for first time

Peterhead defender Cammy Eadie, although unsure what to expect from Albion Rovers, is ready for a battle on his first trip to Cliftonhill.

Jim McInally’s men face a newly-demoted team for the second week in a row, after opening the League 2 campaign with a share of the points against Queen’s Park.

Eadie believes the Blue Toon will need to show their fighting qualities to come away from Coatbridge with maximum points.

Eadie said: “I have never played there before but I have heard that the pitch is not too great.”

“Albion have just come down from League 1 as well, the same as Queen’s Park, so I am not sure what they will be like.”

“We will just go there with the aim of getting the victory.  There is nothing stopping us from trying to score a few goals and getting the three points.”

Albion , under the tutelage of new manager John Brogan, will be looking to atone for a heavy 4-0 defeat at Edinburgh last weekend.

But Peterhead boss Jim McInally believes there is room for improvement from his team as well, after Rory McAllister struck to cancel out Scott Gibson’s goal against the Spiders.

McInally said: “I don’t know what Albion’s pitch will be like, especially with having a dry summer, be we need to be ready for a tough game.”

“They have changed their team totally so I do not have a great idea of what to expect, although I have had someone watching them.”

“We will need to be strong defensively and just hopefully we can start clicking in forward areas because against Queen’s Park, I thought our decision-making was poor at the top end of the park.”