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DaveDAFC90

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About DaveDAFC90

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  • Birthday 29/08/1990

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  1. No surprises there. Could be an exciting pre-season with a load of new players due to arrive. Crucial we get this right though. Not had a clear out like this since our last pre-season in League 1
  2. Craigen played the end of the Queen of the South game in a more central role so wouldn't be surprised If he ends up playing there again on Saturday. Then again, the tight pitch might not be to Williamsons advantage so Right Back is probably more realistic. Scully Williamson Devine Ashcroft J.Longridge Thomson Beadling Blair Craigen Connelly Anderson Wouldn't be surprised to see us start the way we ended last Saturday (before the Durnan change). Its refreshing going to games and genuinely not being sure what the team/formation is going to be. With AJ you could have made a fortune betting the starting XI every week if it was possible.
  3. Not even an option worth considering. Offered next to nothing whenever he has played since returning from Arbroath. I'm all for promoting youth and don't want to be to negative but the boys went backwards since he broke onto the scene. Hopefully the new coaching staff can improve that but if a few more return from injury I don't think I would even have him as an option from the bench.
  4. 1. Ross County 2. Dundee Utd 3. Dunfermline 4. Falkirk 5. Partick 6. ICT 7. Morton 8. QotS 9. Ayr 10. Alloa Can't see past the top 2 but think Ross County will edge it. Pars, Falkirk and Partick fighting over the remaining two play off spots. ICT and Morton comfortable in mid table with Queens just doing enough to see off a brave Ayr. Alloa putting up a fight and taking a few points here and there but ultimately not enough to avoid the drop.
  5. Kincardine Colts are looking to add players to strengthen our squad for the upcoming 2018-19 season. We compete in the Forth Valley AFA with kick offs usually 2pm on a Sunday. We are looking for committed players that can train and be reliable on match days. Our training is mixed with Kincardine AFC (Saturday team in Stirling District) and is on Monday and Wednesday nights. Our preseason friendlies start this Sunday. If you feel like you could add to our squad feel free to get in touch on 07714265107
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