Stirling Albion boss Greig McDonald was left to bemoan the second poor performance in a row as we followed up the 3-1 defeat at Elgin by losing 1-0 at home to Clyde on Saturday.
Kevin Watt’s 25th-minute goal was enough to give the Bully Wee all three points and McDonald said: “We’ve had a chat with the players because that wasn’t good enough. That’s two reality checks in a row and the supporters deserve a reaction against Queen’s Park next week.
“We are a good side but we were trying to play football in the wrong areas and we gave the ball away for the goal. We want them to pass the ball but there is a time and a place for that. We have to roll up the sleeves and we need the players to win their individual battles first.”
Clyde manager Jim Duffy said: “It was very hard-fought match but I thought we played really well in the first half when we scored a good goal and had a penalty claim turned down. We deserved to be in front and I thought we were resilient in the second half – it was only when they brought on the winger (Josh Flood) that we were stretched a bit but the players showed great commitment.”