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Larky55

Talbot v Rob Roy 18th Nov.

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Glancing through next weeks fixtures whilst watching Blue Planet II. This looks to be the stand out fixture in the top league.

5th top, entertaining 4th top.

Talbot beating a high class Carluke team 1-0 in a hard fought cup tie, Rob Roy scraping home in a 1-5 victory at Hurlford.

Talbot were unusually nervous in the recent game against Beith, where a lack of communication in certain areas of the pitch,gave the visitors a 2 goal start, but a battling last 15mns saw them gain a point.

Watched Rob Roy earlier in the season against Cumnock, they were very impressive.

Fancy Talbot to leap at least one place in the table,with a 3-2 victory.

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It's all about an individuals opinion.

Could all members please have their posts verified and approved by the above poster before posting,thanks.☺

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I'm told that this could be another Talbot 'bannergate' if a certain Kirky fan can come up with a word that rhymes with Tucker. :huh:

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Aren't the KRR fans all holed up under quarantine on the new forum with the tinfoil hats on at the behest of their glorious leader Red and Black?

Not sure he'll stamp the day passes for the tandem to make the journey to Ayrshire for this one. 

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Beith v hurlford as well ; larky you don't half talk one load of pish


:-(

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Larky55 one of the few sensible posters on this site which is more than can be said for some including posters from a certain town in the northest of North Ayrshire

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5 hours ago, Shanner said:

Aren't the KRR fans all holed up under quarantine on the new forum with the tinfoil hats on at the behest of their glorious leader Red and Black?

Not sure he'll stamp the day passes for the tandem to make the journey to Ayrshire for this one. 

Brian doesn't go to Auchinleck. I'm sure he will be at Wickes this Saturday selecting padlocks to bolt the door the marauding  Glens fans will be trying to sneak through after being shafted £20 for the Livingstone game.

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Fancy Rob Roy this Saturday, they are scoring plenty goals with Watt on fire. So should be a cracker.

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I'll give it 20 minutes and McMenamin will be down screaming looking to con the referee into a card.

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Fancy Rob Roy this Saturday, they are scoring plenty goals with Watt on fire. So should be a cracker.


Can't see it. Talbot well aware of Rob Roy set up and should win by a comfortable 2or3 goal margin

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Think tomorrows game will be won by 1 goal either way.
Lots of goals in the first game doesnt always mean the same in the next.
Talbot looking for revenge after Roy's epic come back in first game.
Im going for 2-1 to the rabs.

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1 hour ago, eehheematin said:

Think tomorrows game will be won by 1 goal either way.
Lots of goals in the first game doesnt always mean the same in the next.
Talbot looking for revenge after Roy's epic come back in first game.
Im going for 2-1 to the rabs.

Epic come back ably assisted by a corrupt referee and home players who only felt at home on the turf when they were comatose on it. 

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If Brian finds out your posting on the dark side you could be in serious trouble!

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