Irvine Meadow co-manager Corinspence said he confirmed on Saturday that the team had achieved sufficient positive results.
Meda lost to Glenafton 3-1 in the opening round of the Scottish Western Soccer League in the first tie of a new league at Meadow Park on Saturday.
Spence knows that after his team has scored seven goals in the last two games, costly defensive mistakes must be eliminated.
He told the Times: “I was frustrated because I actually started the game very well. We were better off for the first 30 minutes. I think it’s a bit more comfortable to know where we need to improve. But there were enough shows to see what we could improve.
“I’m under a bit of pressure right now to play against Razagren on Wednesday. This will be another tough match, but it’s
Why we are all here.
“You wouldn’t mind a week of good training, but players want a chance to play another game soon.
Get it right from the weekend.
“But overall, it felt good to be back there and in front of the fans.”
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