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  2. Clyde 0-2 Airdrieonians Edinburgh 2-1 Queen of the South Falkirk 3-0 Kelty Hearts Peterhead 0-1 Alloa Athletic Montrose 0-2 Dunfermline
  3. Absolutely no reason why Arbroath can't grind out a low scoring draw on Fri night - they have a very good away record and a good defence. Queens rightly start as favourites to win, but their is a determined fight among the Arbroath squad of players and while they lack quality in some areas, they proved last week against Morton that they can grind out a result. A low scoring draw would be a good result for the 'broath.
  4. Nice top but have no time for people who moan about the price yet will still buy it? Fans are taken for mugs at all levels, why do 3/4 New Kits need released every season but as said the even bigger mugs are those who complain about it yet still buy them. The irony is the Clubs/Nations make barely any money on the Kit Sales so makes no sense?
  5. I really don't know what his ceiling level is tbh. He looked a bit off it at champions league level but like you say is young so can be forgiven. It's strange I don't think he's particularly rapid or tricky as wingers go but his ability to just ghost in between full back and centre back time and time again is something I haven't seen before. As for the paper talk to be fair it's his old chairman I think who is being quoted about it, no doubt trying to whip up interest for a decent sell on clause.
  6. I've been in the bar in Dunfermline. Not on a match day but what a difference when a space is purpose built for bar isn't it?! I use the Muirton Suite a lot. I've got some opinions on that cause I've got opinions on bloody everything I know they're not going to massively change it but they could do with laying it out better to stop it ending up so packed you can't move and having queues that stretch half way across the room banging into you and your table while they try to squeeze past. Can take 20 mins to get served some weeks after 2 o'clock. Sometimes the pints are horrendous, especially when it first opens after an international breaks or period where we haven't played at home for a number of weeks. I wonder because if you're there early you're getting the same stuff in the lines from 2 weeks ago... Another gripe is the continued instance from the club it's "Home fans only" while constantly allowing bus loads of away fans in . One thing I will say is I like the staff, give or take it's the same group of folk working there most Saturdays and when it's quiet they make an effort to chat away and I've seen a few of them away from McDiarmid and they've said hello etc. Just thought it was important to say while I was moaning about it that they seem nice people!
  7. You make sensible points but really cannot see it. It seems they have given everyone more chances than him, he plays a game and is then out again, he has not been given a chance to get a run of games and even if they are raided as someone else has stated he will still be overlooked probably.
  8. I’d love him to stay too but Ange will no doubt line up a smashing replacement if he does go.
  9. One or two pictures. To be fair the pitch looks good. Hopefully no Cypriots staying in Somerville Drive.
  10. With Clyde a massive 18 points behind Kelty & their only win since the turn of the year a narrow 1-0 home win against Peterhead I would hope they don't give is too many problems especially now Nacho is a benchwarmer for the Grangemouth mob. With Peterhead 3 pts behind and a tight run in including an away to Peterhead it might be tight for the Bully Wee.
  11. Arses need kicked, players need dropped. The argument about keeping a winning team together on the park no longer stands, some of the fringe players deserve to be given a decent run out, I hope to see Burrell and Lawal in the navy blue on Friday.
  12. "Cats have been venerated in the Near East since antiquity. Islam also has that tradition, albeit in a much modified form.[2] According to many hadith, the Islamic prophet Muhammad prohibited the persecution and killing of cats.[1] One of Muhammad's companions was known as Abu Hurairah (literally: "Father of the Kitten") for his attachment to cats.[3] Abu Hurairah reported that he had heard Muhammad declare that a pious woman went to Hell for after she had been annoyed by a female cat, tied her with a rope and neglected to provide her with food and water until she died.[4] According to legend, Abu Saeed's cat saved Muhammad from a snake.[1]" This would explain why our old cat was an annoying wee shiite although she liked sunni spots.
  13. The big game for Dunbar is our next game v Kirkcaldy . The game in May could be irrelevant if we dont start winning again.
  14. I really rate Abada, got the potential to be a superstar. So direct and gets into great positions. I can understand if he’s frustrated with his game time, however seems a bit premature to me, he’s still young and nowhere near his shelf life at Celtic. hopefully just paper shite and he’s happy as a dog with two tails.
  15. The blue thing. Was about 3/4 pitchside in front of the east stand. Memory is they got removed at half time or got pushed right up against the wall, as they kept blowing onto the pitch. Literally all i remember from the game bar how busy it was.
  16. Has that been cut short? Have the last lines been severed? Because if not I'd have to say, Worst poem ever.
  17. Not been fit enough for even the Everton bench yet. Surprised he was called up at all.
  18. We would much rather you were back in the league. I miss my pints in 'Pairtners' before the game.
  19. talking of Ken I read this in a Wikipedia entry on Russian WWII pilot Vasily Reshetnikov "When he was shot down the second time, it took more than a week for him to get out of the enemy's rear. "
  20. What possessed you to think anyone in this thread gives a f**k about anything a wee daft dingus of a Killie fan has to say?
  21. Changing the subject here but I wish to have another St Johnstone related moan. A couple of weeks ago I went to the Dunfermline vs Falkirk game and made some observations of the matchday experience which I naturally started comparing to Saints. 1. Legends Bar Legends Bar at East End Park is brilliant. It feels like an actual boozer, a great place to be before and after a match. If McDiarmid had something like this it would be class, I'd definitely make a point of going to the stadium well before kick-off to enjoy a few pints. Indeed the place was packed. Admittedly I've never set foot into the Muirton Suite but I am reliably informed that it is nowhere near as good as Legends bar, a quick google image search also backs this up. It looks bloody dreadful I must say. 2. Club Shop Dunfermline have an actual club shop and not some pishy wee box room that you can't swing a cat in. Puts us to shame. 3. Catering I was sat in the Main stand and navigating my way through the crowds along the incredibly narrow, dated walkway to the other end of the stand was a pain in the arse. The time it was taking me I was fearful I would miss out on hot food. However upon arriving at the kiosk I was pleasantly surprised to find that there was no queue and plenty of bridies to go around - even though the attendance was 9500+. Slick service. This was about 5 - 10 mins before kick-off. I can't confirm if there was hot food left at halftime. All I know is that on my last trip to McDiarmid against United the service was unbelievably slow and they had no hot food by halftime for a run-of the mill league game. I think it's poor that a League 1 club can offer a better matchday experience than us, an established top flight club. Looking forward to Tam telling me "to go and support Dunfermline then you Par c**t." All I'm saying is we need to do better. We've stagnated.
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