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Rangers v St Mirren, Wed 22nd Jan 2020

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Had a half decent spell second half. 

Need to remember we were playing against the form team of the league pre break. 

Now on to the games we have genuine chance of winning.

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Can't complain. Defence worked pretty well considering it was inexperienced and makeshift. Concentration was decent besides Waters lumping the ball straight out for a goal kick three times when trying to pass to Durmus and McPherson giving away a short free kick that almost cost us.

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8 hours ago, TPAFKA Jersey 2 said:

My favourite win at Ibrox was a 2-1 victory back when the Broomloan Road stand was being rebuilt and we were housed in the enclosure below the main stand.

We were 1-0 up at half time thanks to a cracking goal by Frank McDougall. Then in the second half the inevitable happened. That little diving prick John McDonald threw himself to the floor in the box as he did on a regular basis and the mason in the black duly obliged. Sandy Jardine scored the penalty and the usual sinking feeling set in. Big Dougie Somner had other ideas though and came up with a scrappy late winner in the mud to send us all daft.

Anyone else at that game? 

Me, my three Brothers and my Cousin. Seconds after big Somner scored my Cousin got skelped right in the Dish by a H*n.

Got my Cousin on his feet and we legged it.  Tossers.....

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1 minute ago, Lord Pityme said:

Look on the positive side... Aberdeen are currently pish!

Actually you do make a decent point (shock, horror). berdeen are utter pish - just a one-man team, if Cosgrove wasn't doing the biz for them they'd probably be in the bottom 6 IMO.

We must have a real go at this mob on Sunday. I believe that they are vulnerable (as Motherwell have proved tonight), and that McInnes is nothing but a blue-nosed shyster that got lucky !! Ex-Morton scum.

Yet we can only take advantage of this weekend's opportunity if we take the game to this lot. No "parking the bus" on Sunday, let's get stuck right intae them from the start !!!

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40 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

Line up with the "It's only a lucky goal that beat us" posts.

Tragic IMO, no attempt to win the game.

1-0, never mind, Aberdeen next, they are pish. 

Wow, I'm on fire. 

Jeezo, no ambition, no chance of winning the game let alone a massive morale boost of the draw. 

How far have slipped? 

Edited by faraway saint

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We were playing against a team that's lost one league game , scored 54 and conceded 11 goals. 
We went with a game plan that could have easily worked out. 
Reality check needed.
I will never accept a professional fitba' team having 1 shitty attempt on goals over 90mins.
It breeds and instils anxiety in players cone their next visits.

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33 minutes ago, munoz said:

Had a half decent spell second half. 

Need to remember we were playing against the form team of the league pre break. 

Now on to the games we have genuine chance of winning.

Don't buy this

We should be looking to get points out of every game

More importantly try to give some back

Half the team picked up injuries tonight

At least stand up to them

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1 minute ago, windae cleaner said:

Don't buy this

We should be looking to get points out of every game

More importantly try to give some back

Half the team picked up injuries tonight

At least stand up to them

We were looking for points. 

We picked up injuries because they were trying.  

 

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Hard to say happy with any defeat but we never defended poorly as a unit. Coming away from ibrox and keeping the goal difference down is fair enough.
I'd have been concerned if Rangers had besieged us and we had led a charmed life but we were quite defensively comfortable for the most part. We're a stuffy side and I'm OK with that this season.
I can only compare to the numerous times we went to Ibrox and Parkhead last season and were 4-0 down in 20 minutes. That doesn't look like happening so often any more.


For all SEVCO’s Possession, Hladky hardly had a save o make. One early first half from Defoe and a couple of hopefully efforts my mother would have saved. I thought we defended well though a couple of scary moments due to bad passing out of defence.

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49 minutes ago, munoz said:

Had a half decent spell second half. 

Need to remember we were playing against the form team of the league pre break. 

Now on to the games we have genuine chance of winning.

Spot on Munoz. 

First half, Rangers could have scored 4 or more. But they didn't. 

Now in to the "real" competition. 

One thing the guys didn't do was lie down. 

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9 minutes ago, friskysteed said:

This is us at the half way point. 5 points ahead of bottom place and 4 away from 7th. I’d say that’s not bad. Definitely an improvement from last season.

Well said. That's what we are looking for.. Improvement. 

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Just back from that hell hole, don’t even know why I bother, fair play sit back, but if your down a goal it’s pretty much pointless playing the same tactic, we where compact but going forward have zero pace or creativity, annoying having to pay almost 40 quid when you include transport and grub and we only actually attack a wee bit towards the end, I’d rather a team went for it then that pish, giving them way more more respect than they deserve.

Best player in the stripes for me was Sam Foley.

 

couldnt see from our corner but what happened with Magennis ? Did Flanagan catch him or did he just pull up it was hard to tell?

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2 minutes ago, mattman said:

Just back from that hell hole, don’t even know why I bother, fair play sit back, but if your down a goal it’s pretty much pointless playing the same tactic, we where compact but going forward have zero pace or creativity, annoying having to pay almost 40 quid when you include transport and grub and we only actually attack a wee bit towards the end, I’d rather a team went for it then that pish, giving them way more more respect than they deserve.

Best player in the stripes for me was Sam Foley.

 

couldnt see from our corner but what happened with Magennis ? Did Flanagan catch him or did he just pull up it was hard to tell?

Aye, tonight was NEVER going to be one of them memories people have been posting about in this thread. 

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Many R*angers fans saying that was as pish as they've played all season.

A one goal defeat at this hellhole isn't a bad result but to only muster one attempt on goal against an off form R*ngers isn't great.

Defence was well disciplined and maybe our negative game plan made them look pish?

Aberdeen are well beatable on Sunday.

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3 minutes ago, Buffs said:

Many R*angers fans saying that was as pish as they've played all season.

A one goal defeat at this hellhole isn't a bad result but to only muster one attempt on goal against an off form R*ngers isn't great.

Defence was well disciplined and maybe our negative game plan made them look pish?

Aberdeen are well beatable on Sunday.
 

Pretty apparent from watching the game.

An opportunity lost.

Hope to heck this doesn't come back to haunt us at the end of the season. 

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6 minutes ago, mattman said:

Please don’t start another troll session on this thread it’s brain numbing 🤯

Merely being helpful. 

I thought we did well in containing Rangers.

They looked slick in the first half and could have scored a few times. 

There were bright spots

Yes.. Foley played well. 

I liked the way that the St Mirren Fans joined in the minute's applause on 13 minutes and was pleased to hear the Rangers fans applaud Magennis as he passed them on the stretcher. A nice, if unexpected, touch 

 

 

Edited by St.Ricky

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