Brochers rarely do things the easy way, and, when Rothes came to town, Kris Hunter’s men kept true to that.
In fact, the Broch were so sure of victory that twice in the game on Saturday, Rothes could have stolen some points back to the River Spey. If not for the attacking prowess of PA Bruce and Alan Hale, Fraserburgh would have surely taken less from the game.
Speaking after the game, Broch manager Hunter was upbeat about his side’s performance, commenting that there is a real desire and commitment from the team to win games, something that was absent some months ago.
The Fraserburgh boss was also quick to point out that the team was fitter than ever, their attacking style bringing out the best from his players as they compete to earn a place in the first team.
Against the upcoming challenge of Keith at the weekend, Hunter told the Herald:
“Keith are a good, solid defensive team.
“We’ll just look to attack from the off and take the chances as they come.”
The ‘Broch have had no shortage of chances in the League this season, scoring 34 goals in their 13 games of the season. They have rarely, however, been able to keep a clean sheet to ensure that their attacking play earns all three points.
Saturday’s game may just be a case of who can defend better, and the ‘Broch will have to prove a point if they are to take any home.