MOTHERWELL manager Stuart McCall is baffled by his side’s lack of consistency, but admits they aren’t the only SPL side to suffer from this problem.
The Fir Park side followed up their 2-0 win over Celtic last weekend by going down 3-0 at Inverness Caledonian Thistle on Saturday.
McCall said: “I am obviously very disappointed and frustrated at our lack of consistency. It is something which has plagued most of the teams in Scotland this season outwith the Old Firm and Hearts, but it still makes you scratch your head.
“I spoke both after the Celtic match and again during the week about consistency and how we need to stop being so up and down both in terms of performances and results.
“Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case and there is no-one more frustrated about that than me.”
’Well travel to Tannadice on Sunday looking to book their place in the in the Scottish Cup semi-final.
McCall said: “We have to quickly get the Inverness defeat out of our system as we’ve got two very important games left this month, against Dundee United in the cup and then Kilmarnock in the league.
“Dundee United are a terrific side, but with Rangers, Hearts, Kilmarnock and Hibs already out I am sure every club in the quarter-final can see a wee opportunity for themselves and we are no different.”
Full story in March 10 edition of Times & Speaker