That’s because the Buffs boss suspects some of his players will ENJOY getting a break from him. Strain was dealt the hefty punishment by junior beaks this week following his red card against Glenafton on January 13. He’ll now have to sit out a sizeable chunk of Buffs’ crucial Super Premier League run-in. They currently top the table having played 12 of 22 scheduled fixtures. Strain believes his side will cope fine without him and he revealed he feared it could have been a lot worse.
Frustrated Meadow boss Brian McGinty felt his side wasted a good chance to reach the Scottish quarter finals. Meadow controlled much of the first half against Lochee but couldn't score and goals from Grant Lawson and Scott McComiskie handed the East Super Premier side a 2-0 win. McGinty said: “You've got to score when you are on top in games. “It then becomes an easier game to play because the opposition have to come out and play. “We created a lot and got into good areas.
Misfiring Meadow were given a painful lesson in finishing as Lochee eased into the quarter finals of the Scottish Junior Cup. The hosts dominated long spells of the first half without managing to make the breakthrough. Instead they found themselves trailing at the break to an opportunist strike from United striker Graham Lawson. Medda struggled to hit the same heights in the second half and when Scott McComiskie fired Lochee 2-0 ahead in 68 minutes the tie was effectively over.
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