pondsman

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  1. Nothing to be ashamed of today. Strong performance by the Buddies, especially first half, rightly recognised by the Celtic manager after the game. Jack's team has now settled in and given several very good performances which can only breed confidence in the players. Most important thing from today was to get out of Parkhead with some pride and no major injuries, and they've done that. The real work of escaping relegation resumes on Wednesday night. So let's get right behind behind Jack and the team!
  2. Born in Glasgow, raised in Paisley between the ages of 4 and 22. Moved away for career purposes and have never lived there since, but have never considered supporting any other team. As the old saying goes: You can change your car, you can change your wife, but you can't change your team! Now living on the banks of the Tay where I know a few other Buddies fans.
  3. I think St. Ricky's prediction of 25 points is overly optimistic and Shull's prediction of relegation by Raith Rovers is overly pessimistic. The truth lies somewhere between the two and I believe we can stay up if we take it one game at a time and get behind Jack Ross and the team. The teams we are competing with for survival (Ayr, Dumbarton, Dunfermline, QoS) are not that much better than us in terms of their squads and the players we have brought in this month give some cause for hope. Let's get right behind Jack Ross and the team and see what happens. Please be gentle with me. First post on the forum though I've been reading the posts for some time and a Buddies fan since the 1959 Cup Final.