Wednesdays game in Aberdeen was what I consider to be the most important win of this whole entire season. Never has 3 points meant so much.
The team travelled to Pitroddie in desperate need of a win. With only 3 games to go and only 3 points ahead of Dunfermline a win was vital.
Before the game there was mixed team news with McPake dropping out with a groin injury but O’Connor coming in to the team. Sean O’Hanlon came in and played superbly even getting himself an important goal.
The team though as a whole stepped up and really showed the metal that Fenlon has instilled into them that when it matters it can be used. We just got that bit of luck and took chances to win the game, that was the only difference in this match to the previous ones we had lost.
With Dunfermline drawing 0-0 it now means the gap has grown to 5 points with 2 games to play. 1 point from any of our last 2 fixtures will be enough but a win on Monday would relegate Dunfermline as well as embarrass Jim Jeffries. Double whammy if there ever was one.
Sorting out our SPL future on Monday would mean the game in Inverness is pointless and our key players can be rested. Thats the ideal situation so hopefully Fenlon gets his first win at Easter Road while relegating Dunfermline.