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Stirling Albion boss expresses pride in performance as Binos earn plaudits in Caley defeat

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It was the end of the Scottish Cup journey for Stirling Albion on Saturday – but boss Darren Young believes the fans’ positive response to his side at full-time was richly deserved for their display.The Binos acquitted themselves superbly in an even contest with Championship side Inverness CT, with a Dale Carrick brace having the visitors in the game until Aaron Doran’s well-taken winner secured the Highland side’s passage to round four.But the League Two side played with confidence and created several chances to score more goals, with relief coming from the home fans at the final whistle.Young said: “It just feels like one of those days that it wasn’t meant to be.

On another day it could’ve been us coming away with the 3-2 win.“Overall, I’m really proud of the performance and the players can be really proud of their performance and the fans showed their appreciation at the end by clapping them off.“We’ve came and given a good account of ourselves, there are two divisions between the teams and they had a fairly strong team out even though they have nine or ten out with injuries at the moment.“I can be happy with the performance and obviously while we’re going down the road out of the cup, there’s a lot of pride from how we played.“Looking at the stats, I think we had more shots, more shots on target and think we had more corners so we frustrated them but at the same time, we took the opportunity to go and get at them.

Kai (Fotheringham) got at them, Danny (Denholm) got at them, Dale was outstanding, all through the team was outstanding.“We brought the boys on at the end with the legs and the energy to go and cause teams problems, it’s a sign of good squad depth and it’s good to have that to bring on.“It’s one of those

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