Don't doubt us yet, says Robbie

30 October 2022

Strikes from Lawrence Shankland and Andy Halliday clinched all three points for the Jambos in the Highlands, and the manager believed in exemplified why you can't write the men in maroon off just yet. 

"It's a massive three points for us. We're down to the bare bones at this point in time. Had to draft in a few of the B Team to bump up the numbers. Everyone who was here today really played their part," he told Hearts TV.

"Dingwall is a tough place to come at the best of times. You have to dig it out at times. There are people out there doubting us, but we're now sitting in sixth in the league and if we win our game in hand we'll go third - not to mention we've had group stage European football along with injuries on top of that.

"We're getting through it, and now it's important to kick on after that."

After a well-earned win, players and fans celebrated together as the squad applauded the near 1,900 Jambos that made the long jounrey up to Dingwall. 

The manager was pleased to be able to send the noisy contigent home happy.

"The scenes at the end are what it's all about," he smiled. "The fans came all the way up here and I'm sure they're going to head back to the railway tavern and have a right good night.

"I thought the fans were oustanding."