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Dunning1874 last won the day on October 6 2016

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  1. Hibs are running away with the league for an obvious reason, namely that they have the best squad by a mile. There is a reasonable point to be made on Morton's midfield that we're so good there because everyone complements each other so well, therefore you can argue you wouldn't want to drop one of them to put a Hibs player in their place, but Hibs clearly have better players and for the purpose of a thread like this where you put together an XI from the whole division, it's clearly going to be dominated by Hibs. As are many Morton fans. He had a dreadful start at the club where he routinely got roasted at left back in League One and after he was dropped in favour of Mark Russell, he struggled to get a run of games at centre back. He was one a lot of people were surprised to see get a new deal the summer after we won League One, with many fans, myself included, thinking Duffy was being far too loyal to players who'd struggled in League One. We quickly looked daft on that with the transformation in many just over that summer, particularly Lee Kilday, but Lamie has really improved this season compared to last. Speaking as one of Duffy's biggest critics in the past, he's done a fantastic job in realising the potential of these players and helping them develop. Delighted to look like a fanny for all my previous criticisms of him.
  2. 8/10 for me as well.
  3. Lamie doesn't even get in our full strength side, though he was superb on Saturday. He'd still get a game for Dundee United though.
  4. They're obviously the favourites but we saw last season how vulnerable their defence can be, and if they happen to play as badly as they did yesterday we could take them. Having the first-choice midfield available will be essential. Looking forward to seeing Russell and Nesbitt double up on the Blue Cafu.
  5. 1998/99, no?
  6. This is the first time I've seen Hearts under Cathro. Are you this bad every week? No top flight club should be making such hard work of beating Raith at the moment, never mind a side expected to be keeping up with Aberdeen and Rangers.
  7. Abysmal positioning from M'Voto there, to the surprise of no one who has watched the diddy before.
  8. This is almost as bad as Rangers v Motherwell.
  9. I've still not been to Pittodrie or Tynecastle so wouldn't mind that, but Aberdeen or Hearts away would be among the few ties I wouldn't be confident of winning and with how we're playing just now we should be looking at another cup run. I usually always want an away draw in the cup, but with our home form in mind an easily winnable tie like East Fife, Stirling/Clyde or St. Mirren at Cappielow would be pleasing. Though it would be a total minter to blow our unbeaten home record on a tie like that.
  10. Falkirk were the better side for the first 30 minutes but as soon as we scored we took control. That second half was a joy to watch in the way we controlled the game, completely dominant in setting the tempo and even when Falkirk had the ball we repeatedly forced them to lose it cheaply with the way we kept our shape and gave them no way through. All they had in that second half was Sibbald floating crosses into Gaston's arms. I love this midfield. Gary Oliver though, what a performance.
  11. Has he got a club lined up, to your knowledge?
  12. The whole set was exceptional, but Farewell Mona Lisa was particularly great. Absolutely wild gig.