After Stranraer a collective kick up the backside was needed and gotten and a positive result was the outcome. I still think that the figuritive foot needs to be kept near that backside for another kick or two if needed though.
I hate quoting myself, but before the backslapping on the St J performance at the weekend goes too far, there's still gonna be issues like I said above.
1. Creativity in the midfield from Lappin & Murray
2. Okay, McGowne got a goal, Did somebody note what I said there? . Time for Broadfoot, Millen, Potter, Maxwell to pitch in with a headed goal as well. Or van Zanten, Murray or Lappin for that matter. Keano needs a bit of help, especially with Mehmet finding his feet in the side.
3. Start with McGinty on wednesday, it sounsds like he's playing well and could help Kean upfront.
I know i'm seeing the half empty glass here, but there's a lot of stuff from the Forfar and Stranraer games that'll maybe come back as issues particularly on Saturday against Brechin. We need to break Brechin early and score a few to get the confidence going and get the 'part-timers with season books at love street' as said somewhere else here, off the backs of the team.
Early goals were such a problem last season and we need to get that sorted this year as well in my view. Our setup and players is such that we can defend a lead and soak up pressure, so getting 1-0 or 2-0 in the first half hour would mean that we'd hold it. Okay it's not exciting, but it'd get the points in the bag.
Incidentally, I saw 23 games last season and 4 so far this year am I a part-timer or so-called supporter? I'd like to think that I see what I see and give my opinion, if I'm a boo-boy for that then fair enough.