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  1. Queens v Morton

    Dundee United were seven points clear of Livingston and eleven points clear of Morton just three games ago. I'm not expecting Morton or any other play-off side to rack up long winning streaks - we're only on two straight wins in the league right now - but you don't need a tremendous run over the final third of the campaign to catch a team with the worst form in the division apart from the part-time clubs.
  2. Champions League 2017/18

    The Real Madrid v PSG game was played at a glacial pace: while it is foolish to ever rule Real Madrid out of Champions League contention, neither side looked good enough to win it on the basis of their showing last night. The English sides generally look stronger and are simply much faster at the moment in both their pressing and movement of the ball. Barcelona are also a distinctly average team by the standards of Europe's elite, so Bayern are probably the only side that stands a good chance of stopping the English sides from dominating the latter stages of the competition this season. The Spanish superpowers will respond by strengthening in the summer and then the cycle will start over again.
  3. Queens v Morton

    'At the moment' being the operative term, as they'll be lucky to remain in the top four.
  4. Celtic v Morton

    The Green Brigade will be busy rotting in a gulag after taking a skelping from steroid-filled Russian special officers in Leningrad.
  5. Queens v Morton

    They could be the biggest club in the country; it doesn't change the fact that they're an absolutely gubbins football team.
  6. Killie vs. Dees 13/2/18

    Dundee. The gift that just keeps on giving to Scottish football.
  7. Freemasons “discriminated against”

    You're fooling absolutely nobody, champ. Mostly because you're far too thick to set up any sort of successful deception. Thanks for playing anyway.
  8. 108 Years of Hurt

    This season's predictable, gormless exit must go down as some sort of progress for the Diddees though: their 2-0 defeat by Motherwell was a marked improvement on the 4-0 bleaching that the 'big city club' received in the 1952 Scottish Cup Final. The second of their four abject failures on the big day to date.
  9. Freemasons “discriminated against”

    I for one am shocked that a supporter of the 'Dundee Derry' turned out to be a mason as well.
  10. 'Colt Clubs' & The Democratic Principle

    The only thing that we've gathered is that you've been tanking super-strength cider like a jakey tramp again.
  11. Rewriting history

    Professional footballer in being unable to spell a three letter word shock. Just a few months ago a section of the Morton fanbase were bemoaning the club's decision to let dayglo mediocrity Derek Lyle leave the club in the summer of 2011. A particularly gormless attempt at rewriting history, considering that we let him go in order to sign Peter MacDonald, who was twice the player of Lyle, scored 27 goals in two seasons for us in the First Division and was instrumental to our title-challenging side in 2012/13.
  12. Queens v Morton

    Our away record has been very good so that's not necessarily going to be an issue. Morton generally seem to play better when opposition sides attack and leave space - before the signing of Ross at least, it has been the matches against stuffy opposition at home or against the bottom-feeders that the team has struggled with. Similar to our game against Dunfermline last week, this is a match in which the home side needs the points more to boost their play-off chances. With games in hand and a trip to Dumbarton next midweek, we're pretty well-placed to get back into the play-off spots anyway. On current form the Morton team certainly won't be apprehensive about this match, but I think that our run of four straight wins will probably end here. Both teams to score seems like the best bet.
  13. Celtic v Morton

    Erm no, but I certainly can spot three confirmed wastes of a jersey in the image below - taken when Celtic lost on their own midden to the worst Morton side in the club's 144 year history: A midfield battle lost by Scott Brown and effortlessly won by ringers like Michal Habai and Reece Hands. Just let that sink in. Get back in your box then.
  14. Sportsound Watch 14/15

    Your argument in support of a ridiculous pundit view has been comprehensively demolished already. Nobody cares about yet more pleading and whining from Dundee United's gormless support - yourself included. Hard lines.
  15. Sons' sorrow

    If you or any Dumbarton fan wanted a largely unrestricted view, then you could have simply chosen to sit in any of the literally hundreds of empty seats in the away section that your support didn't fill. You didn't have an allocated seat on your ticket; so you in fact chose a terrible viewing spot to mount some sort of bizarre moral crusade about the facilities. Minter. Still, anything that restricted your view and took your mind off the absolute pumping served out on the pitch on Saturday must have been welcome to you. Should have probably charged extra for that service tbh.
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