ALBION ROVERS boss Todd Lumsden has insisted his side are their own worst enemy after a 3-0 home defeat by Second Division leaders Queen of the South left them five points adrift at the bottom of the table, writes Bert Mitchell.

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It now looks like only divine intervention can save the Coatbridge side from a return to the basement after they slumped to their fourth straight defeat.

And Lumsden groaned: "We are shooting ourselves in the foot at the moment with the goals we are conceding and that has to stop.

"It also doesn't help when you miss a penalty but that is just the way things have been going of late."


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