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  1. Definitely a triallist keeper - The hosts brought on seven new faces, with only Mehmet surviving the whole 90 minutes after three earlier substitutions, while Livi made five changes which saw Marvin Bartley, Jack McMillan, Craig Sibbald, Lyndon Dykes and Robby McCrorie be replaced by Carlo Pignatielo, Robbie Crawford, Salim Kouider Aissa, Jack Hamilton and a trialist.
  2. There was one triallist named on the bench and none of the other subs was a keeper. I would assume that the triallist is a keeper based on that, but you are right, it could as easily be Jason Holt.
  3. I saw somewhere that Menga was in Belgium. I can't remember where. I reckon the triallist was probably a sub keeper that we're looking at, possibly Rohan Ferguson who is on trial with the club.
  4. I think he's a class keeper. He looked solid on his debut. There was a couple of misplays but that's normal for a keeper. I'm interested to see how good he will be this season with regular games and properly knowing the defence. Personally, I'm delighted with the signing and hope he has an outstanding season.
  5. Robby McCrorie is back. https://livingstonfc.co.uk/whats-the-story-its-robby-mccrorie/
  6. He's better than Messi. Wash your mouth out.....
  7. So you are saying that it doesn't make sense for Annan (and their merry band of fans) for example, in the winter, to potentially hit roads closed off due to snow. Regionalise it and you reduce the costs for clubs. That leads to better profit and more of a chance to survive in the lower leagues.
  8. Here is what I would do for reconstruction. This season 14-10-10-10, keep things as they are as it's the only way to appease everyone. Next Season go to a 12-12-20 format. Both championship and premiership the same, spitting the same. The seasides leagues going to Seaside League North and South. with the pyramid below. Winners of Highland League feeding into North and Lowland League into south, either through a playoff or automatic relegation So, that would potentially look something like below in 2021 (used as an example) Prem Celtic, Rangers, Motherwell, Livingston, Aberdeen, Hibs, St Johnstone, Kilmarnock, Ross County, St Mirren, Hamilton and Dundee Utd Championship Hearts, Inverness CT, Ayr Utd, Dunfermline, Dundee, QOS, Morton, Arbroath, Alloa, Partick Thistle, Falkirk and Raith Rovers Seaside North Cove Rangers, Elgin, Peterhead, Brechin City, Montrose, Forfar, East Fife, Cowdenbeath, Stirling Albion and Brora Rangers Seaside South Stranraer, Annan, Kelty Hearts, Dumbarton, Clyde, Edinburgh City, Airdrie, Stenhousemuir, Queens Park and Albion Rovers. It's not perfect but the big teams are not going to vote for less games against the Old Firm and it makes sense to regionalise below the Championship to reduce potential travel costs in this current climate.
  9. In my head I'd written Pittman. I'll edit my post, cheers.
  10. So after the announcements of release and return from loan etc. I reckon we have the following squad. Correct me if I'm wrong. Keepers Ross Stewart Gary Maley Brian Schwake Defenders Jack McMillan Nicky Devlin Aaron Taylor-Sinclair Cece Pepe Alan Lithgow (inj) Jon Guthrie Effie Ambrose Hakeem Odoffin Midfielders Steve Lawson (can also play at right back) Marvin Bartley Keaghan Jacobs Craig Sibbald Scott Robinson Robbie Crawford Scott Pittman Carlos Pignatiello Alan Forrest Ayman Souda Scott Tiffoney (can also play up front) Dolly Menga (can also play up front) Forwards Lyndon Dykes Jack Hamilton Rafa Da Vita (can also play on the wing) Based on that, I reckon we don't need that many in. I reckon a new keeper, a centre half to replace Brown and possibly another striker.
  11. Kelly Gallager Halkett Guthrie ATS Bartley Jacobs Lawless Pittman Robinson Dykes
  12. And what fantasy world is this you live in? Where this season have you watched Hibs defeating Livingston 1-0. Away back to the Championship forum.
  13. Oh oh oh it's magic, you know. Guthrie, Brown and Ambrose
  14. Since the Winter Break :- Lost to us, beat a struggling Kilmarnock by a goal, lost to Celtic, drew with a poor Hearts, beat Aberdeen (who were struggling for goals), struggled to beat 10 men Ayr, struggled to beat 10 men Motherwell, drew with Ross County. You've done well to gain points but really have been stuttering in most games. Unfortunately your games before us are against the Ugly Sisters and away to St Mirren which could very well end with 0 points.
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