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    Scott Bain to gain 100th appearance 

    Wednesday, January 01, 2014 5:51:47 PM

    Scott Bain is set to make his 100th first team appearance for “The Wasps” since joining the club at the start of Season 2011/12 from Aberdeen, the player being one of the first players manager Paul Hartley brought to the club having watched his progress at Pittodrie under the guidance of ex Scotland International keeper and legend Jim Leighton. This season as “The Wasps” look to prove doubters wrong in the SPFL Championship,  Scott Bain has been ever present this season and produced 13 shut outs in helping the team collect 28 points in the first half of the season after 18 fixtures. Scott Bain said “I am more pleased by the levels of performance of the team, however I am pleased by the level of performance I have achieved in those games and hopefully I can continue to improve and work hard. The gaffer has been brilliant for me and it’s the same for all the boys here.

    Scott has now made 99 first team appearances since joining the club at the start of Season 2011/12

    Season 2011 /12

    League   30 (-) 0    Cup    4 (-)  0     Total        34  (-)   0

    Cup   -   Won  0     Drawn   2      Lost    2       Goals for   4      Goals Against   9

    League – Won  21   Drawn  6     Lost   3     Goals for   66    Goals Against   30

    Shut outs over Season  - 10

    Season 2012 / 13

    League     39  (-)     0      Cup   3 (-)   0     Total   42  (-)   0

    Cup -  Won   0    Drawn  1     Lost  2    Goals For    3      Goals Against   13

    Leaue – Won  21   Drawn  7  Lost   11     Goals for  68   Goals Against  39

    Shut Outs over Season – 14

    Season 2013 / 14

    League    18 (-)  0       Cup   5  (-)   0      Total    23 (-)   0

    Cup – Won  3      Drawn  1     Lost   1      Goals  For   8     Goals Against   3

    League  - Won  8    Drawn 4   Lost   6    Goals For    19    Goals Against  16

    Shut Outs over Season  - 13

     

    Alloa Athletic Career Totals

    League       87  (-)   0

    Cup             12 (-)   0

    Totals   99  (-)   0

     

    All games in this seasons Championship have been difficult, our next game against Cowdenbeath is another huge game for us and it will be a different type of game than last week’s derby against Falkirk, the onus this week will be on us to attack them and win the game being at home against Cowdenbeath who have brought in Jimmy Nicholl who is an experienced manager in the game.

     



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