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  1. FA Cup 2018/19

    Lots of posts here, too many to go through, but have the gaps in the crowd throughout the match been mentioned? Poor for a supposed spectacle.
  2. Caley v United/United v Caley

    Not seen a replay of the penalty United were given, nor one of Safranko's booking when the game was safely won. But at the time I thought it was a red card, and a daft challenge from a player who had no need to make it. Also, throughout the season I've been very critical of Siegrist, so it's only right that I should praise his efforts tonight.
  3. Caley v United/United v Caley

    I'd maybe check on the St Mirren part of that statement.
  4. Caley v United/United v Caley

    And to add, highlighting that it was an honest mistake by the officials, Simon Murray was cleared to play in the second leg.
  5. Caley v United/United v Caley

    As Brian Clough would say, it was a red card, the referee gave it.
  6. Guess the ground

    Home end at The Hawthorns: I've been in the away end with Leeds there a couple of times.
  7. Dundee United 2018/2019

    Agree to an extent with Granny Danger, in that I don't have blind faith in Robbie Neilson. He's clearly had better results than recent managerial choices, yet that's not really a comparison I want to be making. Some of the players he has brought in have been abject failures, and for others the jury is out. He's also, like many Scottish managers, stuck in a tactical vacuum, and further, can appear very stubborn when his tactics aren't working. Through desperation, football fans often view any sort of an improvement as a great leap forward, but we aren't in any shape or form close to being a good side presently.
  8. Caley v United/United v Caley

    Very good observation. John Robertson is devious. And a good manager in the circumstances. The tie isn't finished.
  9. Caley v United/United v Caley

    Can't agree. A team winning 4-0 against a team already down, then finding the victory was of no practical use, would not have 'the confidence well up'.
  10. Caley v United/United v Caley

    That Keatings has a great left foot on him, but you won't discover that until next season. Possibly.
  11. Football nation cup final

    Bit of a pity, that, was planning to go to that game on Saturday, after looking at fixtures in the area. Thursday will probably attract a lesser crowd.
  12. Jeremy Kyle taken off air

    Apart from that though, do you enjoy the show?
  13. Performance review - managers

    Since Dundee United fans haven't made an opinion apparent here, I'd give: Csaba 1/10 and that is generous, and Robbie Neilson 6/10 for improving a bad situation, yet continuing the frustrating one up top in a poor league. That rating may change. And, as an aside, although Jim Goodwin has done a very good job at Alloa, John Robertson would be the manager who has impressed me with his work most, in this division.