Keep believing. says Rangers’ boss

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Berwick’s players and fans have to believe that they can still achieve their play-off dream, despite the fact that games are starting to run out on them.

Berwick, after their win at Elgin, remain five points off the top four.

They have three games left to play (home to East Stirling, away to Queen’s Park and home to Peterhead) and manager Colin Cameron says ‘it is still a possibility.’

“Stranger things have happened in football,” he said. “What we have to do it keep believing.

“I know it’s a tall order, but we have to go out and try and win all three of our remaining games.

“I think if we drop any more points then that will be it.

“People will see us as the underdogs, and rightly so, but we can only do what we can do and hope that the teams above us slip up somewhere along the line.

“The players have been great so far and I know that they will fight to the very end.”

Next up for Rangers is a home game against East Stirling at Shielfield on Saturday.

Paul Currie will be available again following his one-match suspension, but Cameron, Stevie Notman and Damien Gielty are all injury doubts.

Full back Devon Jacobs will also miss out due to a points accumulation and cameron admits his absense will be a big blow.

“We have had a settled back four over the past few games,” he said, “and I think everyone can see the difference.

“When you have a settled goalkeeper and back four it gives me something to work on, that’s why it is so unfortunate that Devon has to miss out at this stage of the season.”

With regards to Saturday’s win over Elgin Cameron added that he was pleased to see striker Andy Russell finally get off the mark with his first goal for the club.

“With strikers it is all about confidence,” said Cameron. “Andy has had a difficult couple of months, but now he is off the mark, hopefully he can go on and score a few more before the end of the season.”