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Peaso Aims for Cup Progression

Clyde striker Peter MacDonald spoke to the media following Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Stirling Albion in the William Hill Scottish Cup.

The Bully Wee produced a much-improved performance in an entertaining cup tie and ‘Peaso’ revealed that he had enjoyed the occasion:-

“It was a good cup game; end to end. I thought we played well and dominated for periods, but they threatened a bit on the counter especially with the pace of Bikey up front.

“We lost an unlucky goal in the first half but we showed a desire to get back into it, which we did.”

With the scoreline at 2-1 to Clyde in the second half, MacDonald was brought down in the box but his subsequent penalty was saved by Cammy Binnie. It later proved to be a turning point, but the 36-year-old didn’t want to dwell on it:-

“It happens, that’s football. I caught it well but the ‘keeper made a great save. He said to me afterwards that he’d been watching my penalties so I’ll maybe need to change them up! If there is another one I’ll step up straight away to take it though.”

The 36-year-old’s two goals took his tally for the season to an impressive 16 so far, but he played that down:-

“It’s not all about scoring, it’s about all of the boys doing well and us getting results. It’s nice to get goals but as a unit it’s more important to be solid and pick up points.”

Looking ahead, Peter hoped that the performance could kick-start a better run of form including the replay against The Binos at Broadwood next week:-

“I hope we can get through. Stirling are a good team with good players so we’ll need to be at it, but I think if we play the same as we did today then we can go through.

“The last five games had been poor for us, but then we’ve produced a good performance like that. We just need to find some consistency now and I’m sure that we will do.”