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northstbuddie

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  1. I thought it would have made sense to you of all people! Is it not you who has been telling us relentlessly how sh*te we have been all season?
  2. Wish I could feel tonight that we are in 6th place on merit as well as on points..
  3. Trust me - you are the lucky one. Shovelling a 'mountain of manure' sounds much better fun than watching this game.
  4. We could concede that we just 'suffered' another fluky victory. However, the players' effort could not be criticised. We were second best for practically the whole of the second half.
  5. Note that of the 8 teams listed, we are the only team without a win in the past 5 games, apart from Kilmarnock who are on a downer.
  6. If Quaner is fit and the rest of the team learn basic ball control and running off the ball - then there is still hope of a top six finish. Instead it is likely that nothing much will have changed and we might scrape another 0-0 draw against Ross County.
  7. That was a junior/amateur level display tonight - we were miles behind Motherwell in our performance. Could not control the ball - every loose ball was looped up into the air in blind hope. We could not string three passes together and were fortunate to come out of that with a point. Our striking options are so limited as things stand at the moment. No wonder Elvis has ended up as he is.
  8. Without our 5 injured players we are bottom six material although team spirit and good fortune could change that scenario.
  9. Hard to "miss" Quaner surely ? Take your point - maybe more of what might be. I think we will miss especially the sharpness and bite of Doyle Hayes and McGrath in the midfield.
  10. Looks like it could be 4-4-2 tonight. Let's hope we don't miss McGrath, Doyle Hayes, Brophy, Quaner and Dennis too much.
  11. Not so much pessimistic rather realistic. I have not given up hope either but can't see where our goals are going to come from if we will be without three strikers. Also, if we lose McGrath and Doyle Hayes for any length of time, our ability to compete in the middle of the park will be diminished.
  12. With the injuries we have suffered in the last couple of weeks or so, I am afraid the remainder of this season will be all about damage limitation. Based on the remnant of the squad available we are unlikely to finish in the top six but on the other hand, should have no fear of getting caught up in a relegation battle. The only glimmer of hope is, as hoped for by Munoz above, that the most recent injuries are not as bad as they look at the moment, and that the likes of Quaner and some of the younger players can step up to the plate in this time of need. Unfortunately we can only now dream of what might have been - but what is indisputable is that there has been a huge improvement this season under JG and we, the supporters, will have to be patient with what are likely to be a few disappointing results over the coming weeks including possibly the game against Hamilton.
  13. More likely you are the one that is inebriated. You obviously know nothing about football going by this and other consistently abysmal posts. Ethan is only 19 and although he is not the final article at present he shows great potential. He possibly lacks the sharpness and decisiveness in the tackle of Doyle Hayes and McGrath. But the boy has real class. I will never understand posters like you who seem to take great pleasure in slagging off our (specially younger) players. Grow up sonny.
  14. The physicality of Aberdeen could be something we will struggle with this afternoon. Ability-wise we have nothing to fear if we play to form.
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