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  1. 4 hours ago, Messi Scott said:

    The camera work is poor tbh. 

    Give it a rest, eh. 

    2 hours ago, TxRover said:

    It’s something a non-fan asked me about when I showed them the video, so it appears “something”. I agree we don’t “know” it’s anything, but it looks out of the normal.

    It's a fundamental part of the game to force someone onto their 'bad' foot. 

    Nielson just alerting his player/s. Nothing out of the normal. 


  2. 12 minutes ago, Broken Algorithms said:

    Not sure if I ever mentioned back at the time but I was chatting with Bambino (the Hibs fan at the time) via DM about how Vaughan had been getting on. Superhans initially started off claiming that he was a club official. Then he started getting ripped. Then came the Martin post. I think enough times passed that I can share this now

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    ETA: Bambino is a top lad btw. Hope he's doing well whatever he's up to nowadays. 

    What a fucking weirdo. 🤦🏻‍♂️


  3. 34 minutes ago, foreverarover said:

    So pretty much everything we are looking for in a striker he was rank rotten at on Saturday. Ah well in McGlynn we trust emoji23.pngemoji1787.png

    Aside from the things I pointed out, he was in the right place at the right time to head our winner and looked dangerous when running direct. 

    Just a wee bit honing required and we've got ourselves a very good player. 


  4. 2 hours ago, Hank Scorpio said:

     


    Mcglynn has shown in the past he can polish up physical players with technical attributes to make them a more dangerous and rounded talent. I’m confident Duku will be the same.

     

    Agreed. 

    It's the first of me seeing him and he may just have had an off day with regards to his control for all I know. 

    Like you say, McGlynn will sort it out if it is a weak point. 


  5. 14 hours ago, raith1974 said:

    The stands a dump it offers nothing for fans, limited viewing with pillars uncomfortable seating and facilities underneath or behind that provide limited income to the club. If we ever had the money I would knock it down bring the entire stand up to the pitch line, provide corporate facilities with boxes etc in a modern stand  and utilise the whole area for trying to increase income. Will not happen as we dont have the money though.

    Totally agree with this. 

    Sentimentality shouldn't be counter-active to progression. 


  6. 42 minutes ago, Hank Scorpio said:

    Wow. Really was not expecting him to openly say, “please don’t boo players before they come on”. I think we have all underestimated the impact that us, the fans, had on Lewis Allan. I’m really, really ashamed of that whole episode. There’s still folk on twitter posting about his time at Stark’s Park. Something like this better never happen again.

    It didn't work out as well as Lewis would have hoped at us but he never did anything close to merit being booed on to the pitch. 

    Fucking bampots. 


  7. 3 minutes ago, Skyline Drifter said:

    I'm just throwing it out there but do you think it might possibly be that they are considerably further South than any of Inverness, Arbroath, Dundee or Dundee United?

    Which one of those four do you feel should have been in the South side of the draw instead of Dunfermline?

    So it's to maintain the seeding system? 

    If so, you could have just wrote that. 


  8. 2 hours ago, Broken Algorithms said:

    I remember being at McGurn's testimonial and looking at McGlynn on the touchline thinking "What I'd give to have him back on a regular basis". Seemingly the board thought exactly the same: I do wonder if that day maybe stirred some emotions in McGlynn who remembered how much he enjoyed his spell at the Rovers before. I felt bad for Cuthbert, but he looked completely out of his depth as manager. After the Montrose game, I think even he knew he wasn't the man for the job: we looked completely out of ideas against a team we should've been beating comfortably. 

    I saw McGlynn outside the tea room that day and asked if he was coming back. 

    His wee smirk assured me that the second coming was imminent. 

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