Peeved Barry Ferguson has hit back at Alloa fan "negativity" following a row moments after the draw with Dumbarton.

The Wasps continued their sluggish start to the League One campaign as Steven Boyd's opener was cancelled out in the by Paddy Boyle's goal in the closing stages.

It leaves Alloa, who were among the title favourites having been relegated from the Championship last term, languishing in mid-table after eight games.

Following an angry response from his own supporters at The Rock following the full-time whistle, Rangers legend Ferguson confronted his critics in the stands.

After the full-time whistle, he stated the reaction was due to perceived negativity from the stands.

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“I’ll always stick up for my boys, but when it becomes personal, I don’t like it. I’ve had enough.

"We did well in the first-half, but not so good in the second. I’ll always accept constructive criticism, but I won’t accept negative stuff.”

Ferguson took on the role as the Indodrill Stadium from Peter Grant following his departure to Dunfermline.

He led Kelty Hearts to the SPFL last season as they claimed the Lowland League title and a playoff win over Brechin City.

During his time as Clyde boss, Ferguson was giving his marching orders after becoming embroiled in an argument with a disgruntled supporter during defeat to non-league Spartans.