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  1. Remember speaking to Duffy at the time and got the impression that it was done over his head.
  2. Would you accept a refund on this season's season ticket? At first I would have voted 'NO', but now I think I might vote 'YES'. 🤑
  3. Just as the SPFL have incentivised (bribed) clubs to vote yes so that money can be distributed, they'll now 'incentivise' Dundee to change their vote.
  4. Saw Queens yesterday at Arbroath. Absolutely awful. Both goals came from boys getting down the wing (Kevin Holt's side) and crossing the ball into the box. Serious questions have to be asked if we don't win this one.
  5. Lochee United 3 Forfar West End 0 The Thomson Park side opened the scoring on 10 minutes when Danny MILLAR rose highest to head home a Danny Cavanagh corner kick. On 75 minutes Scott McComiskie found Logan Davie out on the right. The midfielder’s ball to CAVANAGH was lashed into the West End net from the edge of the box. With a minute to go of normal time Bryan Deasley was pulled down inside the box by David Rae and McCOMISKIE drove the penalty kick into the bottom left corner of the net to put a gloss on the final scoreline. Lochee United: Gorton, McNally, Millar, Kirk, Webster, Cavanagh, Cameron, Davie (Gallagher 75), Lawson, McComiskie, Deasley. Forfar WE: Thain, Weir, Wilson, Webster, Rae, C Walls (Cruickshank 15), Gillespie, McMahon, Njie (A Walls 65}, Hart, McIlravey (Yule 85).
  6. Not only that, but we've let possible back up striker Mikey Cunningham go out on loan to Cumbernauld Colts.
  7. Kirriemuir Thistle 0 Lochee United 2 Two goals from Scott McComiskie earned Lochee three valuable league points in a tough encounter against Kirriemuir Thistle at Westview Park. Three minutes before the break Josh Gorton kept his side level when he pushed a free kick from Kirrie’s Ryan Winter onto the post. That was to prove crucial as the visitors took the lead two minutes later. Logan Davie’s ball into the box was handled by full back Dino Leddie and a penalty awarded. Scott McCOMISKIE stepped up and lashed the ball past Burns to open the scoring Home keeper Burns was then called into action, pulling off a great save from Bryan Deasley. However, the second goal was only delayed by a couple of minutes. Danny Cavanagh took a free kick out on the left and his ball found McCOMISKIE who headed home at the far post. Lochee comfortably managed to see the game out and will be back at Westview Park in three weeks’ time to try to add to their league points total. Kirriemuir Thistle: Burns, Leddie, Smith, Grant, George, Russell, Fairweather (Black 60), Duncan Reid, Dale Reid, Winter, Kadela. Lochee United: Gorton, McNally, Millar, Kirk (Ballantyne 70), Webster, Cavanagh, Lawson, Tulleth, Davie (McWalter 74), McComiskie, Deasley.
  8. McPake in interview saying the first TWO goals were basic errors. Did he not see the third goal?
  9. It's not just Hamilton. McPake went into this season with a back up keeper (Ferrie) who he doesn't trust otherwise he wouldn't have gone out and got Celtic's fifth choice keeper on loan when Hamilton was injured.
  10. Wonder how a senior game has to be called off, yet two* junior games go ahead in the same city. (That's if you count Broughty as being in the same city!)
  11. Lochee United 3 Downfield 0 Lochee United gained revenge for their defeat at the hands of the Spiders in December with a convincing win at rain-soaked Thomson Park. First half goals from Kevin Milne and Bryan Deasley were added to by Greg Kirk in the second half to give the Bluebells a comfortable victory. Lochee United: Gorton, McNally, Millar, Kirk, Webster, Davie, Cameron (Buchan 74), Lawson, Tulleth (Cavanagh 60), Milne (McComiskie 56), Deasley. Downfield: Adam, J Colquhoun, Storrier, C Colquhoun (Duffy 46), Sivewright, Gallagher, Hunter, Davidson (McLeod 70), Cameron (Connell 56), Thomson, Farquharson.
  12. Downfield v North End was in the region of 60-70.
  13. Good point, pheasantplucker. I accept it's a lot to read. I'm basically copying and pasting from my website match report for any Lochee/Tayport or East region fans who are interested and weren't at the game. How about this: Dayle Robertson opened the scoring for Tayport on six minutes and the Canniepairt side doubled their lead through Liam McArtney on 44. Greg Kirk pulled one back for Lochee on the stroke of half time. In the second half Lochee took the game by the scruff of the neck and equalised on 61 through Danny Cavanagh and Kevin Milne grabbed the winner on 89.
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