Preview by Gary Dunnery
Rossvale entertain Rutherglen on Saturday at Glasgow Club Milton, in a game which (weather permitting), should be a cracker, following the closely fought reverse fixture just three weeks ago.
In that match at Toryglen, Rutherglen ran out 2-1 winners despite the Vale having a whole host of chances, and played most of the second half with ten men. Vale have a near full squad available to choose from, the only absentees being winger Martyn McShane, defender Peter Keaney and striker Scott Pestell.
The Vale had former Wolves assistant manager Stuart Taylor over at Huntershill on Tuesday evening to put the players through their paces and prepared them well for this game. This is one we are all looking forward to and we hope to keep the momentum going following a really good and hardworking performance last Saturday against Dunoon.
Centre half Dean Paterson (pictured) returns after being out due to work commitments and both Kairan McMahon and Jamie Docherty could make their full debut’s. We would appreciate as much support as possible along to Glasgow Club Milton, Saturday, 2PM Kick off.