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  1. 4 wins in a row for the 'gers. And a rare win against a team above us. Progress! The long awaited return of Lewy Barr from a serious injury proved how much we've missed him. MoM - head and shoulders above the rest.
  2. He put in a great shift against Stirling in the cup - as did everyone else in the team. Fair to say though that he hasn't looked confident in front of goal - and we desperately need someone who is - so he isn't exactly the most popular loanee we've ever had. I don't see a League 1 player just now and I'd say that if all the squad were fit, I'd expect him to be on the bench. Having said that, a bit more confidence and experience and he could still make it.
  3. I suspect his feet may be yellow.
  4. No. We haven't "splashed out cash". Don't really know why you think we have On top of that, yesterday was arguably our best performance for years. Very unlucky not to feature in today's draw.
  5. Cammy Dow has today joined Berwick on loan. Thoughts? Decent prospect?
  6. Tam Scobbie, 33, has signed for Berwick. Centre-half, ex-St.Johnstone, Falkirk and Kelty. Vastly experienced cover for the injured Jack Cook.
  7. Jury is out. Some think he doesn't contribute a lot, but I reckon he has added a bit of sharpness and movement to our attack. Gaffer seems to like him too. Early days, but 6.5/10 so far.
  8. We wuz robbed. OK, we weren't really, East Kilbride will justifiably say they were worth all 3 points, but it was very close. Berwick made a couple more costly mistakes than EK, and that was about it. We hit the post, battered them at the end even with 10 men, and scored 2 crackers. Fabulous atmosphere, and a pleasure to watch. Probably a bit of extra experience nicked it in the end.
  9. Absolutely bossed the 2nd half last night at Broomhill, and have now won 3 on the bounce for the first time in over 5 years. We were pretty crap in the first half though and need to start playing for more than half the game. Some key players still missing and though we aren't hammering anyone, we are in the mix. After years of rubbish, that feels amazing and I'm not sure I can cope. East Kilbride on Saturday will be a big test - probably for both teams.
  10. Hard to tell with Braves, as that day was stupidly hot and Braves played with 10 men for 45 minutes. I thought Gretna worked harder and were better organised than DS, but DS had 2 or 3 players - purely on ability - who would walk into the Gretna team.
  11. Dalbeattie should have been down to 10 after 40 minutes, when one of our defenders was launched well away from the ball. Fortunately for him, the linesman had nodded off again. Looked like kicking off again at the end when their No.7 lost the plot after some persistent baiting from the Ducket. Great game. Loved it!
  12. Berwick beat Workington AFC on Saturday. (Won 4 and drew 1 of 5 pre-season friendlies) Workington are a really decent side, even with a few players missing. (Berwick had key players missing too) Berwick are a much better side than last season, and so much better than the team that got relegated.
  13. Some touches of real quality last year, but some fairly anonymous stuff too. I'm told he looks much fitter and stronger this year, so hoping for him to be a big player for us. His own coaching school appears to be going well, too.
  14. I just checked Stu Malcolm's interview after Dundee United, and he said we won 2-0 at East Fife. But this is from an email I got from the Club. Take your pick. "There is growing momentum in the squad following a 1-1 draw in a behind closed doors game, on Saturday, away to East Fife. Calum Smith who got The 'Gers goal will be looking to continue his goal scoring form which has him with two in two in warm up games under the new boss"
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