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St. Mirren v Dunfermline 14th July 2019

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Pretty hard for him and Cooke when the midfield is pish and the ball is mostly at the other end of the park.

They are winning nothing shite movement and not holding the ball up at all not all down to the midfield for the two strikers to get involved at least Cody is getting about abit not seen Danny at all so far

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HT 0-3

Pretty grim watch that. Team looks like they’ve never met each other.

S McGinn and Magennis in particular have had shockers but no one’s been any good.

Goodwin has some job on his hands here.

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1 minute ago, Ayrshire Saints said:
4 minutes ago, faraway saint said:
Oh dear, embarrassment. 
Roll on the attempts to make this look good. 

Why is anyone surprised. This team has been stripped of what little quality it had. It's the December squad pre January window. Massive I ejection of quality required

Not according to Tony. 

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1 minute ago, Ayrshire Saints said:
3 minutes ago, faraway saint said:
Oh dear, embarrassment. 
Roll on the attempts to make this look good. 

Why is anyone surprised. This team has been stripped of what little quality it had. It's the December squad pre January window. Massive I ejection of quality required

Spot on. Popescu, Hodson, Muzek, Duck, Drayer, Mc Allister even Simeon all way better than this squad. Stripped completely of talent.

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Big Dutch striker just left the stadium with another guy take it that was his agent.  Probably gone to the hotel to watch the tennis. Hope Dunfermline score another two then Gordon Scott maybe realization he needs to back good win. Dunfermline have more hunger, are sharper and fitter deserve to be three up. 

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1 minute ago, TopCat said:

HT 0-3

Pretty grim watch that. Team looks like they’ve never met each other.

S McGinn and Magennis in particular have had shockers but no one’s been any good.

Goodwin has some job on his hands here.

Been saying this for weeks, now we're seeing the reality. 

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Midfield been poor. Second to every ball. Lack of ideas. No energy. Not covering. Erahon not having his best game. Goodwin has a big job ahead of him here.Chris Sutton will be loving this

 

 

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Big Dutch striker just left the stadium with another guy take it that was his agent.  Probably gone to the hotel to watch the tennis. Hope Dunfermline score another two then Gordon Scott maybe realization he needs to back good win. Dunfermline have more hunger, are sharper and fitter deserve to be three up. 

Why are you outside the stadium?

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3 minutes ago, Ayrshire Saints said:
6 minutes ago, faraway saint said:
Oh dear, embarrassment. 
Roll on the attempts to make this look good. 

Why is anyone surprised. This team has been stripped of what little quality it had. It's the December squad pre January window. Massive I ejection of quality required

Exactly. After 12 days you can't ask much of Goodwin. The squad he's been left is nothing short of a calamity.

I think our little run of draws at the end of last year has masked the reality that the majority of the team is infact rotten. 

Talk of 5 or 6 players in - you have to be kidding. we need at least 7 or 8

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