Arbroath boss Paul Sheerin admits he is fed up to the back teeth talking about “back-to-back” wins, writes Neil Robertson.
Montrose boss Stuart Garden insists his players and the rest of the club’s back-room staff are the people deserving credit after he received the Scottish League Two Manager of the Month Award.
A deserved win means Montrose have gone five games without defeat and hoisted themselves on to the League 2 table’s third rung, as clubs go into the Scottish Cup break.
Bryan Deasley took his tally to five goals in three games, with a deadly double, as Montrose came from behind to beat Peterhead 2-1.
Montrose manager Stuart Garden was disappointed as his side failed to hold a lead against 10-man Elgin at Borough Briggs.
Bryan Deasley may have failed to impress during the shortest of second spells at Forfar, but the former Dundee striker got his loan-stint at Montrose off to the best possible start.
Morton eventually saw off Montrose with a strong second-half performance.
Montrose manager Stuart Garden has good reason to believe his players can rise to the challenge of beating Championship opposition in the second round of the Scottish Communities League Cup.
Montrose came from behind to earn their first point of the season at home to Berwick, but manager Stuart Garden firmly believes it should have been three.