Shiels adopting postive approach
Scottish Premier League,
Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels is determined to remain positive despite losing another key player to injury.
First-choice goalkeeper Cammy Bell will be out for up to 10 weeks with a broken wrist, an injury picked up during Killie's 2-1 defeat by Motherwell at Rugby Park on Saturday.
Shiels has already lost the experienced Garry Hay (knee) and striker Paul Heffernan (collarbone), but is refusing to feel sorry for himself.
"I'm disappointed for Cammy because he would have been looking at a call-up for Scotland, with Allan McGregor injured. He hasn't had much luck on the international front," Shiels told BBC Scotland.
"It will give the some of the other kids a chance to come in and do well. We have to be positive and we have Kyle Letheren and Anssi Jaakkola, who are both more than capable.
"We'll replace him. It's a simple as that. Sometimes you get periods like this - that's what squads are for."