Geggan hopes to be in middle of derby-day battle
Published 25 Oct 2012 09:30 0 Comments
ANDY GEGGAN is desperate to be back in the thick of the derby-day battle when Cowdenbeath come calling this Saturday.
The 25-year-old was switched to right back against Morton as Jim Jefferies shuffled his pack with Stephen Jordan injured.
Geggan has never been one to shirk a tackle and he attacked the positional change with the same relish he does the opposition.
But now he wants to be back in the Pars' engine room for the blood-and-thunder tussle with the Blue Brazil.
Geggan said, "The manager named the team against Morton and afterwards came up to me and said he knew I could play right back and just to go out and enjoy it.
"I don't mind that at all and thought I did pretty well as the boy I played against, David O'Brien, was a good player and was quick once he started to get going. Hopefully it's just one week.
"I don't know what will happen with the midfield this week. I was thinking about that and I'll just have to wait and see on Saturday.
"It's a derby game and I'd like to be back in the middle. It's going to be a good game but it will be a battle against some good players, such as Colin Cameron, especially after the result in the first game.
"They are big boys and are quite a physical side. Nobody likes going to their place and they'll do well at home this season but playing at East End Park will be a totally different game.
"As long as we get the ball down and play as we can then we should do well.
"The boys have been doing great and even going 2-0 down in games you can see the spirit's there. We could still have gone on and won both of our last two games."