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About bridge of allan bairn

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  1. Turnip Surprise Vs Quinoa Fake Steak Bakes

    Petra out of his depth? he assisted our best 3 chances, the goal, mcshane hitting the post and patons header. without him we wouldn't be creating much.
  2. Turnip Surprise Vs Quinoa Fake Steak Bakes

    the new Stubbs Caldwell saying we were the better team and the only team trying to win it (again). has he seen the stats? his team had 46pc possession same shots etc. falkirk hit the post and Paton missed a header from 2 yards the best two chances in the game outside the goals. I like partick as a club but jees Caldwell is irritating
  3. Turnip Surprise Vs Quinoa Fake Steak Bakes

    our 3 subs weakened us. I feel sorry for Robson that McLean gets a game before him, ridiculous. we take off the fastest guy on the park in Petra for kidd and mcshane who scored and hit the post for Jarvis who to date has shown little
  4. Turnip Surprise Vs Quinoa Fake Steak Bakes

    partick started much better than we did and deservedly took lead in off mcdonalds thigh the bar then the goalie. we look too defensive no connect between back and front. very very good goal to get back in it though lots of sharp crisp passing. Petra caused them some issues. interesting second half ahead if we play like we did last 10 mins then we have a chance. if we're behind with 20 to go hope McKinnon throws on the kitchen sink
  5. Ross County v Falkirk, Tuesday, 12th March

    was surprised at the starting line up. especially MacLean. not seen him contribute much to date. would have preferred Robson keeping his place at left mid
  6. The Falkirk FC Thread

    just checked the remaining fixtures tonight after the Ross county loss and according to the BBC of alloas 9 games left 6 of them are away from home. I just can't see them finishing anything other than bottom. even if their away form is better than their home form on the narrow pitch. that would mean Falkirk queens partick and possibly Morton trying to avoid 9th.
  7. Ross County v Falkirk, Tuesday, 12th March

    not a disaster on paper a single goal loss away to run away league leaders. we also had 54pc possession and more shots and scored again so confidence should be ok for Saturday's crunch game.
  8. Ross County v Falkirk, Tuesday, 12th March

    not at the game but slightly surprised at the team picked. next goal crucial between competitive game and another dingwall pumping
  9. Falkirk v Ayr United, Friday, 8th March.

    absolutely this. Ayr under McCall are the best side to watch I've seen this season, very attack minded and entertaining. despite losing this match you created lots of excellent chances, a disallowed goal (a yard offside) several great saves from burgoyne and near misses, on another night you'd have scored a few. he's taken Ayr up and to the upper echelons of the league playing attacking football. the best football ive seen at Falkirk in 35 years was under McCall (possible exception Jefferies). if I were an Ayr fan I'd be enjoying watching Ayr this season even allowing for recent form
  10. The Falkirk FC Thread

    great problem to have I really like both Dixon and Robson. shame they both play the same position
  11. Falkirk v Ayr United, Friday, 8th March.

    credit to McKinnon that's 4 wins 4 draws and 0 defeats since the turn of the year and getting his own team. far from out of it as Ross county away next up. another great assist from "swashbuckling" Robson tonight. harsh for him if dropped when Dixon back and I like Dixon. McGhee and burgoyne also excellent for scoring and keeping out Ayr at the other end.
  12. Falkirk v Ayr United, Friday, 8th March.

    Ayr created plenty of great chances. entertaining game
  13. Falkirk v Ayr United, Friday, 8th March.

    fresh legs required up front. ball not sticking giving ayr too much time and possession and if Ayr get next goal could be the Alamo last 20. todorov or Jarvis please
  14. Falkirk v Ayr United, Friday, 8th March.

    fresh legs required up front. ball not sticking giving ayr too much time and possession and if Ayr get next goal could be the Alamo last 20. todorov or Jarvis please
  15. Falkirk v Ayr United, Friday, 8th March.

    not over yet. Ayr poor at back but dangerous going forward. not counting chickens weren't we 2-0 up at half time at Somerset this season and drew or lost?
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