“Our target is to win every game from now until the end of the season.”
That’s the goal Fraserburgh manager Kris Hunter has set for his side following Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Buckie Thistle at Victoria Park.
The Broch wen’t a man down as Bryan Hay was sent off and a goal down in the second half but managed to pull themselves into a 2-1 lead before Buckie’s giant goalkeeper Andy Burr managed to level the score line in the dying seconds of the match.
Despite the manner of the draw, Hunter was pleased with his sides performance and character especially after going a man down.
“It was dissapointing to concede a late goal, especially after the hard work the boys put in after going down to ten men.
“It was a good reaction from us but a late lapse in concentration has given Buckie a point.
“It was a hard one for us to take as we deffended really well throughout the game, it very frustrating.”
The Broch gaffer cursed his sides luck after a similar disappointment against Wick in the Highland League Cup last week.
“We worked hard and had most of the possesion but luck was against us and has been now two weeks in a row.
“However i’m more than pleased with our performance.
“We still kept three upfront after loosing Bryan Hay and kept attacking throughout the second half.
“In the first halod i think Buckie had the ball in our box maybe twice, so we were undoubtly on top then.
“Bryan is a key player for us and loosing him definently effected us but it did nothing to deter the lads effort and they reacted well and played really well.”
Fraserburgh will next face Deveronvale at Bellslea Park and Unter is looking to finally put his sides rotten luck to bed and get a run of wins started.#
“We’ve done really well against Deveronvale the past few times we’ve played.
“They’ve just come off and excellent 4-2 win away to Inverurie Locos.
“We need to get a result here after the past two games and hopefully our luck will change.
“Each game is the same for us now, we’re going to take them as the come and our target is to win everyone between no and the end of the season.”