Stirling Albion assistant manager Marc McCulloch was delighted to see the team fight back from two down to draw 2-2 with Peterhead at Balmoor on Saturday thanks to goals from Jordan White and Josh Flood.
He said: “After the result and the performance against Montrose last week we made a few changes and we are really proud of the players – they gave it their all and we should have won the match at the end.
“The goals we lost were disappointing because we started positively but we did well to come back. Shaun Fagan and I spoke to Greig the day before the game and we changed the formation to 3-5-2.
“The good thing is that we had impact players to bring on. Josh Flood got his goal and I thought Mark Ferry was onside when he scored – I’d love to see that again.”
Peterhead boss Jim McInally said: “I think in the end we probably gained a point. We went from being in a position where we looked in control to playing a team that got motivated by getting a goal back and they deserved their equaliser.
“We seemed to have a real lack of confidence and in the second half were hanging on to something when we should have pushed on. Overall it just wasn’t good enough but Stirling are a better team than their position suggests.”