Sun 10 January 2021 | 15:39

Alex Dyer is ready to renew Kiltie's contract in the summer

Brian Rice is focused on preparing the players for the next match after 2-0 defeat against Kilmarnock.

Right before 


's match against 


, which led to a 2-0 defeat against Kilmarnock, 

Aaron Martin

 was forced to isolate himself due to the positive coronavirus test.

Greg Kiltie

 scored the two goals of this match for the home side. However, Brian Rice is still optimist and has focused on the next match against Dundee United and is trying to prepare the team for it.

He said: 

“You are trying to get something from every game.

“But it is very difficult to win games in this league.

“Hopefully we will have one or two bodies in, hopefully we will have one or two bodies back and that will give us a stronger squad to choose from.

“I have actively been trying to get players in.

“I am spending every minute of the day trying to find players and it is very difficult for us at Hamilton to bring them in.

“It’s difficult for everybody but I am finding it extremely difficult to bring them in.”

Kilmarnock has just gotten back on the road and won two games and drew one out of its last three games. These results are made after 5 straight defeats.

Alex Dyer

, Kilmarnock's boss, said that he is ready to offer the players to renew their contract. Many of the players' contracts will expire in summer including Kiltie.

Dyer said: 

“A lot of the players’ contracts are up in the summer, not just Kiltie.

“Once we know where we are we will sort it out then.

“But I won’t be giving no one a contract, they have to wait, dig in and fight. We will have to see where we finish.”

source: SportMob

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