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St Mirren v Hearts, Sat 28th Sept

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On 9/23/2019 at 12:04 AM, Ronnie said:

Sorry but have to disagree the 2 efforts Kyle had at Ross County can't be classed as chances they were 20 yard strikes that we all have seen have more often ended up closer to the corner flag than the goal.

The disallowed goal came from a goalmouth scramble.

Livingston yes we had most of possession in 2nd half but how many decent chances did we actually create???

The 4 goals conceded against Livingston and Ross County 3 of them were scored from good passes/crosses from those teams that we unfortunately cannot seem to copy, in 6 league games we have created I reckon around 3/4 decent chances and created not 1 clear cut chance from our play.

Our final ball when we eventually stop passing sideways or back the way is absolutely f#####g terrible.
 

So it would be better if we had a shot from two yards and missed by miles.......How can hitting the bar and the post not be a “chance” ?????

Baffling. 

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1 hour ago, thomsons dropped it said:

So it would be better if we had a shot from two yards and missed by miles.......How can hitting the bar and the post not be a “chance” ?????

Baffling. 

Chances? Of course they were but I get what is being said in that we are not creating enough opportunities for strikers in the penalty box. Strikers don't create a chance.. Attempt.. From every opportunity so the problem, for me, starts with the quality of balls into the box from midfield or the wings. 

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Having watched most of the Edinburgh derby today, I think Hearts will prove to be a more difficult task than Hamilton were yesterday. 

Initially I thought the same, but then wondered if the opposite may be true as they are bound to be less defensive and allow us more space. Just a thought

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2 hours ago, turrabuddie said:


Initially I thought the same, but then wondered if the opposite may be true as they are bound to be less defensive and allow us more space. Just a thought

Hopefully their game goes to extra time tonight and they get a couple of injuries to key players (nothing too serious).

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47 minutes ago, munoz said:

Hopefully their game goes to extra time tonight and they get a couple of injuries to key players (nothing too serious).

Why just a couple, surely 5 or 6 would help us more?   :pirate  (Their 2 up front and at CB for starters)

We need to take some responsibility. Our players are all capable of playing decent stuff. A Number of them can score goals. We just need the players chosen to play their best, work fully for the team, and take a good proportion of our chance WHILE limiting Hearts.  Simply really...  Come on Goodie and the players just get these 3 points and move up the table... win bonus will cheer up everyone . . . 😃

:guinness

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50 minutes ago, Sweeper07 said:

Why just a couple, surely 5 or 6 would help us more?   :pirate  (Their 2 up front and at CB for starters)

We need to take some responsibility. Our players are all capable of playing decent stuff. A Number of them can score goals. We just need the players chosen to play their best, work fully for the team, and take a good proportion of our chance WHILE limiting Hearts.  Simply really...  Come on Goodie and the players just get these 3 points and move up the table... win bonus will cheer up everyone . . . 😃

:guinness

:lol:

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55 minutes ago, Sweeper07 said:

Why just a couple, surely 5 or 6 would help us more?   :pirate  (Their 2 up front and at CB for starters)

We need to take some responsibility. Our players are all capable of playing decent stuff. A Number of them can score goals. We just need the players chosen to play their best, work fully for the team, and take a good proportion of our chance WHILE limiting Hearts.  Simply really...  Come on Goodie and the players just get these 3 points and move up the table... win bonus will cheer up everyone . . . 😃

:guinness

You're asking a bit much! I'd take them being knackered rather than injured.. Big softy that I am. 

After that, I agree. Why not? 

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1 hour ago, munoz said:

Hopefully their game goes to extra time tonight and they get a couple of injuries to key players (nothing too serious).

I spoke to an Aberdeen supporting friend earlier, he reckons they will give a few players a run out, although maybe he was trying to save face in case they get cuffed.

 

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8 minutes ago, St.Ricky said:

You're asking a bit much! I'd take them being knackered rather than injured.. Big softy that I am. 

After that, I agree. Why not? 

Minor strains for 5 days will do for me too - they just need to be unfit or out of sorts for our game . . . 👍

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12 minutes ago, Long John Baldy said:

I spoke to an Aberdeen supporting friend earlier, he reckons they will give a few players a run out, although maybe he was trying to save face in case they get cuffed.

 

I'd be surprised if the Dons or Hearts played a much weaker team given the chance of silverware if they progress. 

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18 minutes ago, Hendo said:

Andrew Dallas the ref for Saturday, assisted by Douglas Ross.

FFS.

The Douglas Ross who missed a St.J goal on Sunday, that was a good six inches over the line, with an unimpeded view.

Yet he managed to award Kilmarnock a goal wasn't fully over the line, with several players blocking his view.

A dismal little weasel of a man.

And then there is Andrew Dallas...………………...

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22 minutes ago, munoz said:

Might make no difference to their performance on Saturday,  but you never know. 

No word on injuries. 

120 minutes plus penalties is Tiring. 

A win in the end for Hearts tonight

Saturday beckons. 

Should be a big Hearts Support. 

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3 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

Hearts through, comfortably, on penalties.

That'll be ignored, they'll be tired. :lol:

I'd suggest they will be high on confidence, not a great night IMO. 

We'll find out Saturday. 

Should be a decent game.

 

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