Yesterdays game at Christie Gillies Park saw both Civil Service and Vale draw a blank in what was a cagey Lowland League encounter. With both sides struggling to muster that killer touch in the final third Valeofleithen.co.uk caught up with manager Chris Anderson to get his reaction.
Ando told us “It was a valuable away point against difficult opposition. It wasn’t anywhere near the perfect performance from ourselves and I know we can play much better in the offensive third.”
“I felt that our back four were excellent however and to start off with a clean sheet will give everyone confidence.”
The manager then went on to finish by saying.
“The only sour note yesterday was the injury to Taylor Black. It looks as though he’s picked up a real bad one. He’s been first class since he’s come to the Vale and we wish him a safe and speedy recovery. Everyone at the club will do their upmost to help him and with his character I’m positive he will come back stronger.”
It goes without saying we all wish Taylor well.
Next up at Victoria Park. Gala Fairydean Rovers will be making the short trip on Tuesday night to Innerleithen. Kick off is 7.15pm.