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  1. What are the chances of the Lithgae v Broxburn game going ahead? Is there snow on the pitch? I know the forecast is for overnight frost today and tomorrow.
  2. Well not to be for Broxburn this year but hope one of the remaining EOS teams can go far. Good luck to those who remain in the competition. Valiant performance yesterday and had a goal chopped off in 118 minutes by a dubious referee decision (No Nairn player complained and the Assistant Ref was sprinting to the halfway line). Hey Ho that’s cup football. Another couple of injuries to add to the list - worst of it was they were non-contact and both players needed to go to hospital πŸ₯ which is never a good sign.
  3. Not been able to field a settled back line due to injuries, work commitments and illness. Last couple of seasons they could pick 4 from 5 regular starters. This year lucky if they could pick 2 each week. This is the affecting confidence when they lose a goal.
  4. Another bad day at office for Broxburn. Reduced to 10 men just before half-time didn’t help against a very good side. The loss of 4/5 quality players before the start of the season has been compounded with the loss of 4/5 other first team regulars. The players coming I have shown flashes of quality but they need to be more consistent if Broxburn are to mount a title challenge (which is looking more and more unlikely).
  5. I agree even last year Broxburn were well beaten at Sauchie last year when they were bottom. In this league to do well you need all your best players playing and near the top of their game (I know not rocket science). Otherwise if the other team is up for it you will get found out.
  6. Played them last year in the Scottish and they were a good outfit then. Ran away with their Division last year and can see why. After the first 15 minutes (Broxburn were the better team up until then) they fully deserved their victory no question.Think them and LTHV will be nearer the top half of the league than the bottom half. The only positive from last night was Cuikie drawing with Tranent but the Brox need to get there injured / missing players back soon otherwise the league may be out of their grasp by Christmas.
  7. Disappointing night for Broxburn but fair play to Tynecastle who were excellent and could have had a couple more. Onto Perth on Saturday for another tough one against Jeanfield.
  8. Good draw for the Brox in the big cup πŸ‡΅πŸ‡±πŸ‡΅πŸ‡±πŸ‡΅πŸ‡±. Wonder if fans will be allowed in?
  9. After a poor start to the season Broxburn beginning to find some form under new management. Hard won victory on derby day especially playing win 10 for close on 80 minutes. Bummer not getting to the games but the stream provided is really good. Good luck for the rest of the season. Mon the Brox πŸ‡΅πŸ‡±πŸ‡΅πŸ‡±πŸ‡΅πŸ‡±
  10. Broxburn bouncing back with two good wins and two clean sheets.
  11. If any EOS premier clubs have any money must be a few decent WOS players looking for a pay day for a season. Might be a last chance for many teams to splash the boat out to get into the LL before Promotion is dominated by WOS teams πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
  12. Bogey ground for Broxburn recently but Penicuik were good value for their win πŸ‘
  13. Broxburn were poor today but take nothing away from Penicuik. Bit of a bogey ground for the Brox. Never seen them get anything their.
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