Glenrothes manager Benny Andrew is confident that his side will soon start turning chances into goals.
The Glens boss was left frustrated as his side crashed out of the East of Scotland Cup after a string of chances went begging but looking ahead to this weekend’s Fife derby away to Dundonald Bluebell he told the Gazette he’d be more concerned if his team weren’t creating.
“It’s been a running theme for us lately,” he said. “We get a goal early doors then create a number of chances after that and don’t capitalise on them.
“On Saturday we should have been two, maybe three up at half-time then Carnoustie got one back right on half time and they’re back in it.
“It’s very frustrating, but at least we are creating chances. It’s a cliché, but I’d be more concerned if we weren’t.”
Andrew says that the away match at Dundonald is a “huge game” for the Glens and is sure his side can do well.
“We’ve had a couple of difficult away games recently and we did well so we’re confident and we’ll be looking to go and win the game,” he said.
“We feel we’re in a false position in the league but that’s easy for us to say - we’ve got to start winning games and moving up the table.”