Ger Rossi remains confident that his inactive Rovers team will hit the ground running as they prepare for tomorrow’s clash against Ormiston.
The Rovers travel to Recreation Park for what will be the team’s first match since mid-February. Whilst the boss admits that the lack of action has been exasperating, he believes that his team will be ready for Saturday, he explained;
“It’s obviously been very frustrating, it can feel like having to start a new season all over again. More often than not, we’ve been anticipating that call telling us there’s no game,
“But, we have to keep preparing to the best of our ability, so, when a match finally is on, we’ll be ready.”
Ritchie Weir’s side present themselves as the next test for Rossi’s Rovers, and the gaffer is explicit in his desire to bring all three points back to Peebles.
“What with the inactivity, it’s a bit more of a lottery. Ultimately, it will boil down to whoever wants it most on the day, but the boys have been training well as they always do.
“We’re itching to go and get a run of games back together, so we will be targeting the three points as always. I imagine there’ll be a degree of rustiness and a few cobwebs to blow away.
“But, as long as they show the effort and attitude that we see in training- then I’m more than sure we can get a positive result.”