The Tele today has a bewildering interview with Ryan Scully, who reckons that he 'did alright' on Saturday and is determined to keep hold of a first team place. It'd be funny if such delusions of adequacy weren't shared by the manager as well as the current captain, who has also declared in the paper that nobody should be blamed for playing like an abject rabble on Saturday as mistakes happen to everyone.
To the sea with the lot of them.
It's really hard to see what McAlister's role is within the squad. After games like Saturday, it should be him facing the cameras, we see more of Tumility and Telfer than the guy who's meant to be the leader of the group. If he was doing the business on the park then fine, but he's neither taking responsibility on it nor off it; indeed, he's told us himself that he "might" need to have words with some players. Might. We've had 5-1 scuddings and the captain has apparently had nothing to say about it.
Anyway, I think Millar made his thoughts on Scully clear enough.