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Specky Ginger

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  1. Injured unfortunately. Should be tasty on Saturday. Remember some epic games with Airdrie in both the recent and distant past.
  2. Maybe a wee bit harsh - he certainly didn't cover himself in glory during his reign, but he inherited an absolute car crash, whereas Locke inherited a team which had finished fourth the previous season and had Lewis Vaughan back fit again.
  3. Yip, at the start of November we had four league games against what were, then, the bottom four teams in the league. I said on the other channel we should be aiming for twelve points and anything less than nine would be a disappointment. To achieve 7 out of 12, we have to win this Saturday at a ground we picked up 1 point out of 6 last season.
  4. Best hope is that Livingston get dragged right into a relegation scrap and are quite happy to sacrifice the cup in order to concentrate on survival. Worst, and more realistic, scenario is a pumping and a half share (less VAT) of a 1100 gate.
  5. After that result today you've got to think the Pars might be reconsidering appointing Darren Young when they sack Crawford next week.
  6. We're using our 'pie for a player' fund to sign Barcelona's numbers ten in January. He's no Vaughan, but he should be OK for the seaside league.
  7. I was speaking to one of the players through the week and he said the Rovers were unhappy about Scott Lambie being in charge. Today, like the Montrose game where we were denied a stone wall penalty, it's almost like he's afraid to give Rovers a decision for fear of accusations of bias. Tidser's tackle was a straight red all day long (thought so at the game and the highlights confirm it) although there was no foul, as claimed by many, in the build up to Falkirk's second goal.
  8. Not really, stuck in the same league as East Fife, Clyde, Dumbarton and Forfar.
  9. Nah, better than that, he scored the opener and set up the injury time winner in the new year derby at the old Bayview the following season. Oh, and set up about five of Rovers' seven goals against East Fife at Starks Park in the November.
  10. Harris signed in September and Wright left in December. I reckon that's the old Hampden Park terracing in the background, so having looked up Always Next Season, I'm going to say it was taken on Saturday 29th November 1986 when we were away to Queens Park, which might have been Keith Wright's last game for the Rovers (first spell).
  11. Is the guy next to Colin Harris called Bobby Wilson? He arrived from the juniors at the same time as Bingo Simpson, but never made anything like as big an impact. I'm guessing.
  12. Cheers. Likewise, hope David Hutton recovers soon as well.
  13. Aye, although concessions have to buy a ticket from a booth rather than pay cash at the turnstiles. Full fare adults can pay directly at the turnstile.
  14. He chipped in with a few important goals, but was very injury prone and always looked like he was playing within himself and could have offered a good bit more. You wouldn't have to look too far to get better for 80 grand.
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