OK, so I got a little problem. Today I was soldering something on this circuit board and the positive wire tore apart. I had to resolder the wire, but when I was heating up the old solder to remove it, the copper part went off with the solder too, so I couldn't solder anymore to the 9V positive hole. I thought this would fix the power circulation from positive to negative but apparently it didn't.. (See pic) If I did something wrong, please don't hate on me. I don't understand so much about these paths.
P.S: Don't mind some of the bad solders, I kind of did some of them in a hurry.