AFTER a 5-2 humbling by Airdrie United, the last thing Stenhousemuir need is a break from football, says assistant boss Kevin McGoldrick.
After a team meeting in the wake of the heavy defeat, the Warriors are raring to right their wrongs and can’t wait for the next match to come quick enough.
However, as it is international week, they’ve got to wait another ten days until resuming competitive duties at home to Dumbarton.
“We could do without it,” he told Heraldsport. “The way the guys are we just want to get right back into action and get it out our systems.
“We all know we weren’t up to scratch and we have talked it through. The players had their say, and Davie Irons and I had ours. We’re all in it together and just want another games to get over that result.”
They have a friendly with East Stirlingshire at Ochilview tonight and another with Alloa next week, but McGoldrick has been boosted by the reaction to the defeat.
“The guys were not happy, but there is a positive to take out of the defeat. It reinforced to us that we can’t turn up to matches and expect to win - we have to earn it.
“Giving teams a three goal start is not on, but we’ll learn from it and just look forward to Dumbarton - although it is a long wait.”