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  1. New manager needs named now to get working on signings otherwise it’ll be catch up and last minute unwanted dross and shite again
  2. It’s winston Ingram, left back, very one footed apparently
  3. Probably been posted on here before but what exactly is the relationship between John Nelms and the owner Tim Keyes? It astounds me that Nelms pretty much is the board and makes all the big decisions with little or no football experience, and in any other walk of life he’d have had his jotters long ago as he makes poor decision after poor decision with no repercussions
  4. Doubt there’ll be any change, Nelms has rarely made a good decision in his time running the club, he’s turning into a hindrance and actually stifling progress with constant poor appointments. Club needs an experienced manager to build a team, been too many marquee signings of names and connections who lack legs and athleticism for this level and an out of depth manager trying to shoehorn them into the starting 11. We have a pretty weak squad, probably championship level, with zero game plan or plan b when the inevitable happens. Not looking good
  5. A team without structure and too many without the legs or work rate to compete at this level. The McMullen substitution was absolutely bizarre, remove the only pace and willing runner both forward and back from the team at 3-0 probably sums up McPake as a manager! In all honesty I feel for him a bit as he’s clearly out his depth, should be absolutely nowhere near the job and is the result of another poor decision by John Nelms, one of many he’s made!
  6. Sleeves spoil it, would have been a classic otherwise
  7. He’s not coming out of this too well but I suppose it depends on who you believe, they’re all at I think
  8. I was slated on here for saying Nelms was slowly killing this club, I Stick by that. I’m not sure what he’s qualified as but he seems to make a hash of most things he has a say in
  9. Inverness seem to be the only club coming out of this with real credit, fair play to them. Even more surprising as Scott Gardiners there
  10. That may be so but they're still better than us
  11. Even if we did make the playoffs Inverness would batter us over two legs anyway. They’re a mile better than us
  12. 8 hours solid shooting practice for these useless c***s
  13. What are the Perth teuchters gonna do when we finally do bite the dust and are no more? They’ll be heartbroken
  14. Can’t remember Dens being notorious for flooding or that many games being off over the years. This to me seems to be a more recent problem but hardly a surprise with the amateurish way the clubs run
  15. First half was awful yesterday, wind played a part but both teams were pretty poor and didn’t think there was too much in it. Second half we definitely looked sharper and took more control of the game but still wasn’t convinced we’d score despite the possession we had. A bit baffling substitutions for me and would have had Crankshaw on earlier. Elliot did nothing really but finished the game and Mcdaid looked kind of lost and was often last man in defence! Didn’t quite get his tactics but the 3 centre backs looked as solid as I’ve seen them, especially Forster. 3 points is 3 points though. On Queens, didn’t think they looked that bad, I sat in the main stand to avoid the wind and rain and they definitely had it in for Devine but the rest of the defence looked solid enough and quite liked the boy Wilson in the middle of the park, put himself about a bit
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