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    Two points dropped 

    Monday, November 28, 2011 5:48:55 PM

    Saturday's local derby against East Stirlingshire was frustrating because "The Wasps" couldn't play football in the way they have this season, conditions in the weather were the worst possible for the game, but full credit to the visitors who were very hard to breakdown, very disciplined and on the day merited their draw, which could have been worse had Scott Bain not do well to save from Bradley Coyne shortly after "The Shire" had taken a shock lead. Another big disappointment was the megre crowd of 421 our lowest league attendance this season, on the day although Alloa had  large periods of possesion they didn't create enough chances, they lacked shots on goal and need to be more direct. We are not scoring enough goals at present with only 20 in the league, which is less than Stranraer, Berwick, Annan, Elgin and Montrose - however we still maintained our unvbeaten home record in the league and will go to Links Park next Saturday looking to bounce back and keep pressure on Annan Athletlic.

    Robbie Winters must score

    Graerme Holmes in midfield

    Alloa fans urge on Armand One

    Paul Hartley watches Shire take the lead

    Craig Campbell scores equaliser

    Alloa fans celebrate goal

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