Albion boss Greig McDonald felt his side did enough to take something from the game against Clyde on Saturday and blamed individual errors as we went down 2-1 at Broadwood.
Jordan White cancelled out Stefan McCluskey’s opener with his eighth goal of the season but John Sweeney blasted home the decisive goal for the Bully Wee after 64 minutes.
McDonald said: “I don’t think we reached the level of performance we have showed in the last few weeks but I still think we were the better team and we created some good chances – we need to take more of them.
“Mark Peat picked the ball out the net twice and had one save all day but we have lost the game through basic silly mistakes and these are hurting us time and again.
“It’s frustrating for the players, it’s frustrating for the supporters and it’s frustrating for me, but we just need to bounce back against Annan. What we need to do is go on a winning run and the guys are capable of doing it.”
Clyde boss Jim Duffy said: “Other than at set-pieces, when they caused us some problems with excellent delivery, I felt we did pretty well. We created some good chances and scored two terrific goals.
“Our back four were all 21 or under and we made a few (six) changes. It was important to bounce back after losing the last two games.”