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Malty Guy

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  1. Exactly, and very probably the same objectives as around 50% of most other clubs. Three home games, all potentially winnable and all potentially 6 pointers. Cleary it would be foolish to predict anything.
  2. Personally, Id say that DUFC played ok - Linlithgow didnt look superior in any sense at all. DUFC went 1:0 down to a late first half undisputed penalty. DUFC had a few openings during that half.In the second they fell futher behind to a fairly quick goal. Did DUFC desrve to 2:0 down at that point? Obviously the heads went down for 10 minutes or so, But no way did Linlithgow either raise their game or look superior. as for the final 20 minutes - thats now written into history. Deservedly so. What this game demonstrafted is that this is a very competitive league. Theres nothing really between most of the clubs. I dont see any regular 5:0 or 6:0 scores coming in. I think that any team playing to their full ability on the day is more than match for either of the top 3. None of hem are superstars, all have weakness that can be exploited, and they know it. Maybe its worth refreshing your memory that the score on the abandoned fixture was 2:1 to DUFC until it was stopped around 43 minutes. I think credit where its due. I'd also say that the bench mark club is Sauchie. They are capable of much more progress in this league. They can match anyone, however Blackburn too their points this weekend.
  3. Newtongrange Star Well, what a funny old game fitba really is. Saturday became an historic day in the history of DUFC. A win in Newtongrange… an almost unheard of statement. A very competent performance by the DUNBAR players. A result of 4:1 says it all. A victory at New Victoria Park.
  4. Saturday 13 Nov. Today its New Victoria Park and a chance to reverse previous results vs Newtongrange Star. DUFC performed well in the narrow midweek defeat to the league leaders - Penicuik Athletic. Today has the makings of a very tense match ...... it could come down to simple mistake deciding where the points go today. Good luck guys
  5. Whats it got to do with Church of Scotland ministers x1?? The ones that I know have more rounded characters than a lot of contributors on here. Cant comment on Trappist Monks, but they've certainly got a long history.
  6. A very close game. Good to see the league leaders in a match. Was there very much between the two sides?
  7. LTHV 2:1 DUFC Certainly not the result that they majority of supporters in the ground were wanting. However DUFC tried their best under the circumstances. A little disappointing but thats the game. one minute you are up, the next your'e down. Hope LTHV enjoy the next round as one of the representatives of the EOS Premier League.
  8. If anyone hasn't seen photos of the Team bus to Ainsley Park - go and check out the images on the club facebook page. Well done EVE COACHES. Also worth checking out the supporters bus. Both are very special.
  9. I think Mikey McFarlane is outstanding most weeks.
  10. 4 correct numbers could have earned you £2880 on the DUFC lottery this week....
  11. and your forecast for potential 5th team dropping is?
  12. My personal view is that there will be huge interest in the 50% of clubs in the lower half of the league until the final games of the season. I agree that its going to become a very nervy time for a lot of clubs and officials and of course the supporters.
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