That winning habit

HAVING got back into that winning habit, Forfar Athletic will, this Saturday, bid to home in on the division two pace-setters.

The Loons have put a sticky start to the new campaign behind them by reeling off three straight wins - and they will bid to make it four when Dumbarton pay a visit to Station Park this Saturday.

Not only are Forfar winning, they are playing some excellent passing football into the bargain - and long may it continue.

With a third Aberdeen youngster, Jordon Brown, joining up at the club until the end of the year, there is hot competition for places, and manager Dick Campbell will be keen to keep the current winning streak going for as long as possible.

Reflecting over Saturday’s eye-opening four-two victory at Stirling Albion on Saturday, Campbell said: “No-one could deny us the right to win the game. We did it with a bit in hand. We scored some great goals and passed the ball about really well.”

Although Dumbarton are struggling so far this campaign, with just the one win from six outings, they should not be underestimated.

Saturday’s match is followed by a trip to East Fife on Saturday, October 1, then another break for international footie.