Rangers B head coach David McCallum has challenged his players to finish the season strongly as they look to secure second place in the Lowland League behind runaway champions Bonnyrigg Rose.
The Gers youngsters face Stirling Uni at Forthbank this afternoon and McCallum is looking forward to getting his players back out on the pitch after having no fixture last weekend.
With his players chomping at the bit, McCallum is always looking at how they can learn from each training session as he challenged his side to put it into practice this afternoon.
“We’re just looking forward to getting back on the pitch, we know that it’s a good venue to go and play with a good pitch and environment to go and hopefully put on a performance that we expect,” McCallum told Rangers TV.
“It’s been a different week in terms of the gap between the last game and the upcoming games, the guys are just desperate to get back on the pitch again.
“We don’t change how we play; we just have to create an awareness of certain things of the opposition but thereafter I think it’s about analysing the individual pitch sessions that we’ll do. We take every opportunity that we can to try and be aware of things that we are doing well and not just the matchdays because we spend so much time on the training pitch that it’s important that we take note of the learning opportunities.
“Matchdays are the days where the lads can get challenged against the opposition, we want to make sure that bounce into this game in a positive step.
“We want to finish this season strongly; we know that Bonnyrigg have won the league, but we want to try and maximise how far we can go within the league.”