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Numbers_One_To_Eleven

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  1. In the last 30 years, who would be the midfielder to play alongside Latapy (has to be him) in the midfield in a best of X1 with a 4-4-2 formation? I’ve always been a bit reluctant to say Vaulks because he never played in the top flight but I think it has to be him, just because he’s the all-round package and firm fan favourite.


  2. 58 minutes ago, Hank von Hell said:

    One of my mates works in the commercial department at Brisbane Roar, they couldn't wait to see the back of him.   

    And you're spot on with your description.  

     

    Being a bit of a podcast fan myself, I listened to his ‘God pod’ series recently. Might be birthday caird pish but he does seem to be well-thought of in the game and came across down-to-earth.


  3. 20 minutes ago, MSG GTF! said:

    Don’t get me wrong, there’s not a chance in hell that Robbie Fowler is going to rock up at this clusterf*ck of a club, but it’s the sort of appointment I’d prefer to see us make this time round. It’s utterly depressing reading the same old washed-up names being touted for the job every time it becomes available, with absolutely no guarantees whatsoever that any of them will be a success given what they’ll be working under. We’ve went down the  experienced and rookie path before, both have taken us on a journey into the abyss. I just want something a bit left-field this time. A name that if fu*k all else, will generate a bit of excitement for once.

    And it would be “for once”. Don’t think we’ve ever had a left-field appointment.

     

    Edit: Jim Duffy (still a rookie though).


  4. 3 minutes ago, Gaz said:

    Scott Brown had the worst case of Paul McStay Syndrome since, well, Paul McStay.

    Could have been genuinely brilliant but happy to stay in his comfort zone scudding Hamilton and Ross County eight times a season.

    I admire him for sticking around. Some easy games for sure but not without tough games either.

    I doubt as well he’d have had as prolonged a career if he played the way he did at Hibs.


  5. 8 minutes ago, Gaz said:

    Watch it again.

    McCracken gets his positioning all wrong, lets the ball bounce over his head, and when he should have committed a cheeky shirt pull and take a booking, lets the attacker go through which leads to the chance.

    I'm not saying MacDonald shouldn't have done better, but if McCracken had done his job properly ICT wouldn't have been within fifty yards of the box.

    I think it’s more the positioning than commiting a foul. He’s been outmuscled and by the time there’s a chance to tug the shirt he’s been spun round and facing the other way from the opponent.


  6. 28 minutes ago, Reggie Perrin said:

    What is this hard on that some fans continue to have for Hughes?

    He has been gone 12 years and didn’t exactly leave on the best of terms.

    Move on.

    Might have something to do with him being a big part of her most successful era since the late 40s and also being fairly successful as our manager too (which ended on a sour note).

     

    Move on? That’s one those easy things to say. He’s an active manager who has just kept a struggling team in the PL. Not the biggest feat of all time but that’s what he was appointed to do and he’s achieved it with a bit to spare in the end.


  7. 11 hours ago, keithgy said:

    His first 3 games for us were meh then bang he hit the ground running,Killie away i was screaming cross cross and then he just scored,

    That game you mention was my first ever game!

     

    One blurry memory I have is Sammy chasing down a player....like he just appeared from nowhere! It was strange and mentioning here doesn’t do it just justice but fans were caught out by it. I remember folk around our section of the ground talking about it.

     

    Next game I went to was a disappointing 2-1 home defeat to Ayr which was a blow then my next was the magnificent 7-1 against Raith and we never looked back, arguably for the next five years (relegation  included but we were praised for attacking football).


  8. 10 minutes ago, Bantabairn said:

    Couldn’t have put it better, another shop window dummy we’ve ensured for two years. PR skills ? Really ? Some need to get a grip of reality on here. We’re languishing in the third tier of Scottish football with the worst set of players that tossed this league, and now blaming the PR skills, couldn’t make it Fck.....up

    No need to single him out if it wasn’t necessary, that’s the point. Stick on a release list or if it couldn’t wait because of other negotiations taking place then fair enough. If it’s deliberate treatment of one player then it shows the club, yet again, in a bad light and doesn’t do us any favours.

     

    Of course, he needed punted.


  9. Just seems like another thing the club can’t do right. Ideal scenario  is he’s on another list but maybe it wasn’t possible this time so he had to get the single treatment. 
     

    I see the moaning, PR side of it, I see the folk saying it’s OTT. One things for sure, it’s not uplifting news (just a necessary step).


  10. 1 hour ago, Russ said:

     


    Any particular reason you think that? Considering he totally fucked the job the first time around.

    He’s an absolutely dreadful manager.

     

    The Morton/Alloa games were the killers for him. Yes, the league 1 campaign was going awry after a decent start too. 

    I think there’s unfinished business there. He probably wouldn’t make it to two years with us again but I think he could get us out of the division we’re in.


  11. 1 hour ago, Sarcastic Bairn said:

    You need to get on the Facebook page mate, Sol Campbell then Ray McKinnon, ooft!

    Aye because this page is at the cutting edge of managerial nuggets.
     

    Campbell was just a shout, not a ringing endorsement. I get the McKinnon detractors but we’re a club in the middle of league 1, some folk should adjust their expectations.

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