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"It's not a rivalry, honest" Dunfermline vs Falkirk 19th Aug

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We'll probably lose, this is the highlight of a Falkirk season.

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We'll probably lose, this is the highlight of a Falkirk season.


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Yep.... We are the only ones who get excited....
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You're so needy.

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Did Sibbald actually get rejected by Luton?

 

That's fucking hilarious.

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Yep.... We are the only ones who get excited....

Dunfermline fans have only ever reacted to a poor decision in that manner against Falkirk. Never anyone else.
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I'd forgotten how much Falkirk fans love a team prediction.

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I'd forgotten how much Falkirk fans love a team prediction.

Here's a team prediction for you.

Our Falkirk team will once again pump your Dunfermline team.
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I'd forgotten how much Falkirk fans love a team prediction.


You get the f**k out
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I'm going to keep this ugly b*****d of an avatar until we finally turn Falkirk over.

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I'm going to keep this ugly b*****d of an avatar until we finally turn Falkirk over.


Your profile just jumped onto the Falkirk scale of sexy.

I mean its only a one, but its on there
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I'm going to keep this ugly b*****d of an avatar until we finally turn Falkirk over.

It's got to happen sometime.

 

As the old saying goes "even a mongrel gets a ride one day."

 

Keep the faith

 

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I'd forgotten how much Falkirk fans love a team prediction.


Discussion about football > crappy in jokes and pandering for green dots

Looks like I can add the Dunfermline fans to my YDKSAF list.
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Discussion about football > crappy in jokes and pandering for green dots

Looks like I can add the Dunfermline fans to my YDKSAF list.


I can only go on what I saw of Falkirk last time out. The tactic appeared to be to hoof it diagonally towards the corner flags then get high balls pumped into our box. It worked once we lost our main centre back and had to bring on our terrible (now thankfully former) backup keeper so well done to Houston.

The in-depth analysis of potential lineups and tactics by Falkirk fans seems at odds with a manager who appears to be what we could charitably call old school. No such worries for us as we simply play the same 11 each week and occasionally change a striker if we have a spare one fit.

One of our biggest stumbling blocks last time out against Falkirk was the dodgy surface (maybe I'm being unkind to Houston and the aerial approach was down to him realising our surface wasn't conducive to slick football). We had a number of good counter attacks break down due to dodgy bobbles getting the ball stuck under players' feet or sending simple passes astray or causing poor David Hopkirk to fall over in a way that looked a bit like a dive. 16 goals in our first three competitive games in the new surface may point to it being money well spent.
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Higgy vs. some diddy left back, I'd be shitting it if I was a dirty Falkirk bassa. Lucky if you escape EEP conceding less than 4 these days. Hopefully big Nat goes through Hippo as well, I'm still not over it.

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24 minutes ago, Shandon Par said:

 


I can only go on what I saw of Falkirk last time out. The tactic appeared to be to hoof it diagonally towards the corner flags then get high balls pumped into our box. It worked once we lost our main centre back and had to bring on our terrible (now thankfully former) backup keeper so well done to Houston.

The in-depth analysis of potential lineups and tactics by Falkirk fans seems at odds with a manager who appears to be what we could charitably call old school. No such worries for us as we simply play the same 11 each week and occasionally change a striker if we have a spare one fit.

One of our biggest stumbling blocks last time out against Falkirk was the dodgy surface (maybe I'm being unkind to Houston and the aerial approach was down to him realising our surface wasn't conducive to slick football). We had a number of good counter attacks break down due to dodgy bobbles getting the ball stuck under players' feet or sending simple passes astray or causing poor David Hopkirk to fall over in a way that looked a bit like a dive. 16 goals in our first three competitive games in the new surface may point to it being money well spent.

 

So what was the excuse for getting utterly pumped at our place twice on a bowling green of a pitch? The pars were easily one of the worst sides to Grace tfs all last season.

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