Stirling Albion manager Dave Mackay was an unhappy man after watching his side put in a poor performance in Tuesday’s 2-1 defeat to Stenhousemuir at Ochilview.
Martin Scott and Ross Meechan scored early in the second half before Darren Smith pulled one back with his 16th goal of the season in stoppage time as we made it six games without a win.
The Binos boss said: “We started the game terribly then we grew into it a bit but the way we began the second half was unbelievable – to concede two goals like that – then the reaction was one of acceptance. The second half is up there with the worst I have seen in my time here.
“The mentality has to be stronger. The better team won, there is no doubt about it. It’s a shocking run we are on and we need to freshen things up so I’ll be looking to bring players in this month.”
Warriors boss Brown Ferguson said: “They had wee spells in the game but I thought on the whole our tempo was good. It was a forceful performance and a well-deserved three points. Mark McGuigan has scored a lot of our goals so it was good that others chipped in.”