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10 hours ago, Ro Sham Bo said:

Nah, Zanatta has a stinking attitude. He's been a disgrace over the last couple of months and his performance on Saturday was embarrassing. He is also very much the polar opposite of what you'd expect from a McGlynn player, so I'm not surprised if McGlynn has torn a strip of him. 

I think there's a good chance we'll part ways with him in the summer if we can find someone stupid enough to take him. 

Tumilty is another who is a problem and seems to think he's much better than he is. Probably not helped by rubbish being written that he's the best right back in the division. I've not been hugely impressed by Frankie this season but I would rather we played out the season with him at right back instead of Tumilty. 

This is just objectively a pile of pish. Unsurprised to see you posting a lot more often now we are in a bad spell. 

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December 11th Zanatta scores the pen to give us a 1-0 win over Killie on the 15 game unbeaten run. A result built on a ‘superb defensive performance’. Five games later and Zanatta and Tumilty should f**k off. What a support we are.
The irony of saying one of our players as having a stinking attitude when the same poster claimed we'd be relegation fodder. You'd swear there are sections of our support who are desperate for us to be pish.
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2 hours ago, Scary Bear said:

December 11th Zanatta scores the pen to give us a 1-0 win over Killie on the 15 game unbeaten run. A result built on a ‘superb defensive performance’. Five games later and Zanatta and Tumilty should f**k off. What a support we are.

Zanatta had been rubbish for weeks up to and including that game.

The fact his penalty squirmed under the keeper makes no difference to that.

It was mind boggling that McGlynn thought he was our best option to bring on when Berra got injured on Saturday.

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59 minutes ago, Ro Sham Bo said:

Zanatta had been rubbish for weeks up to and including that game.

The fact his penalty squirmed under the keeper makes no difference to that.

It was mind boggling that McGlynn thought he was our best option to bring on when Berra got injured on Saturday.

Ethan Ross has been rubbish for weeks as well, apart from his strike at ICT. Are you going to turn on him too or is Zanatta just the east option? Just because a player has been struggling for form doesn’t always mean they don’t want to be here or that they have a bad attitude.

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3 minutes ago, Jilted John said:

Ethan Ross has been rubbish for weeks as well, apart from his strike at ICT. Are you going to turn on him too or is Zanatta just the east option? Just because a player has been struggling for form doesn’t always mean they don’t want to be here or that they have a bad attitude.

To be fair, Ross played well against Inverness.  We would have won the game if he stayed on.

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I think what counts against Zanatta is his previous pattern of behaviour with other clubs. 

For what it's worth the team collectively have been underperforming for weeks.

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10 minutes ago, pub car king said:

I think what counts against Zanatta is his previous pattern of behaviour with other clubs. 

For what it's worth the team collectively have been underperforming for weeks

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Zanatta gets dropped, comes off the bench in a couple of games (doesn't do much), McGlynn saying certain players need to get their finger out if they want a place in the team (assume Zanatta is included in that), talk of McGlynn going through him after Arbroath game. It's a pity he's being singled out when there are several others players that have been poor as of late however he's a player who, when on his game, could probably change a game for us - as we've seen earlier in the season - and I get why McGlynn is probably frustrated with him however unfair to put so much pressure on him when there's other who have been off form as well.

 

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2 hours ago, Ro Sham Bo said:

Zanatta had been rubbish for weeks up to and including that game.

The fact his penalty squirmed under the keeper makes no difference to that.

It was mind boggling that McGlynn thought he was our best option to bring on when Berra got injured on Saturday.

Admittedly the last time I saw him (in person) put in a good performance was the home win over Ayr on 30th October. Maybe the clocks go back curse is being selective this year?

Without his goals and creativity we wouldn’t have had the season we’ve had, so I’ll cut him some slack. He’s our top scorer and he’s only scored something like 7 league goals.

Also, the last game I attended in person, rather than watched online, was the home win over Morton on November 20th, mainly down to Nicola rather than birthday parties.

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10 minutes ago, Killiefan said:

What’s the boy Tait like?

He's a good player, but not a great one for this level (yet). Hibs have signed him for his potential, but he wasn't the best midfielder in our team at any point in his spell with us.

I wouldn't expect him to go into Kilmarnock's team and suddenly start turning in game changing performances, albeit he could well improve your midfield options if you're needing a fairly dynamic, creative presence. 

It's obviously not a fair comparison because it's one out and two in, but our midfield is stronger now than it was when he left, with the addition of Sam Stanton and Ben Williamson. 

I can't see that there would be any ill-will if Hibs decided to put him out on loan again to this level. They've changed gaffer since they signed him, and our squad had moved to the point where we don't have a space to take him back. 

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21 minutes ago, kilMARKnock said:

We've signed him for rest of season

Don't think he will be any great improvement on what you already have, He's one (possibly) for the future, needs another season or 2 yet. Hibs saw the potential hence why they shelled out an alleged £110 K for him. 

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1 minute ago, Broken Algorithms said:

A good move for all parties.

Not for us! Looking forward to Matthews chopping him on 19th Feb frankly.

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