this week Stenhousemuir went from winners to losers in just four days, a loss of form which Kevin McGoldrick described as “the story of our season”.
Despite winning 2-1 away to Forfar Athletic on Saturday, the Warriors then crashed to defeat against second division basement-boys Albion Rovers.
Assistant boss McGoldrick told Heraldsport that inconsistency had plagued the club this season.
“On our day we’re as good as anyone in this league - but we’re also capable of being as bad anyone,” he said.
“We didn’t deserve anything from the game against Albion Rovers. We struggled on their heavy pitch, something that has happened several times this season.
“At Ochilview we have players who are capable of passing any team off the park. But when play on a heavy pitch we often find we’re lacking players who are prepared to roll up their sleeves and grind out a result.”
Despite Tuesday night’s setback, McGoldrick says he remains confident that the Warriors can regain their form, starting with a win against Stirling Albion on Saturday.
Willie Lyle and Michael Devlin will return to the squad, but Shaun Dickson and Brown Ferguson are still injured.