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Alex Dyer is aware of his situation at Kilmarnock

Mon 28 December 2020 | 17:49

Kilmarnock boss says that he has a good relationship with his players.

Alex Dyer

thinks that he has the players trust despite their bad results in the recent weeks.

Kilmarnock

has lost eight games in their last nine Scottish Premiership fixtures.

“The reality is if you don’t win games then it’s up to them to make a decision,”

he said ahead of Wednesday’s trip to Motherwell

.

“That’s life, that’s football, I am not naive to that situation. I have been in the game long enough. If you don’t win enough games, or it don’t look like you can win games, then obviously you are going to get moved on. That’s facts.

“But it’s not something I am concerned about because I know, while I am here, every day I come in and the players train well. We have still got each other’s back, which is a good thing. I have not lost that changing room. So I am all right with that.

“I want to turn it round, I want to be given time to turn it round, but if the owner, Billy (Bowie), who is a good man, says ‘time is time’ then I will shake his hand and move on because he is not going to sack me because he wants to sack me, he is going to sack me because the results are not good enough.

“But I am giving it 100 per cent and the players are doing the same. On Saturday we sat in the changing room and no-one could believe it. They were hurting.

“But they came in today and trained and the atmosphere was good and we look forward to Wednesday’s game. They still want to climb the league and have that ambition.”


source: SportMob