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WATCH: Elgin City manager Gavin Price assesses his squad and praises defender David Wilson's performance in the 2-1 win over Stranraer


By Craig Christie

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A defensive reshuffle failed to disrupt Elgin City's rhythm in Tuesday night's crucial League 2 clash against Stranraer.

Elgin City defender David Wilson. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..
Elgin City defender David Wilson. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..

See more of Gavin Price's post-match interview below.

Manager Gavin Price had to substitute rejuvenated centre back Darryl McHardy, who was carrying an injury and picked up a booking during the hard-fought clash.

He called upon David Wilson, who had started just two games this season and not featured on the park for the Black and Whites since mid-November.

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Wilson put in a solid performance to help snuff out the Stranraer threat and earned the praise of his boss.

Elgin boss Gavin Price. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..
Elgin boss Gavin Price. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..

Price also sees great value in striker Josh Peters, who didn't come off the bench on Tuesday but played a part in Saturday's success over Annan.

And the Elgin manager knows he has one of the league's best goalkeepers in Thomas McHale, who pulled off some great saves against Stranraer.


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