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He's right we do have a chance but we should have been safe weeks ago if we had played attacking  football instead of playing for draws which have absolutely killed us still not giving up hope 

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16 minutes ago, Grangemouth Bairn said:

What about that dick McKinnon saying he’s happy going into last game 3 behind as we have a chance.

What a fucking loser.

He’d have taken that in October.

You and nobody else Raymond.

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What an idiot. A few weeks/months ago we were clear of Alloa and Partick in 8th and should have been looking upwards. We then fail to win at home to Partick, Alloa and Morton and look where we are. One man to blame here I’m afraid. Don’t let the door hit your arse on the way out.

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He's right we do have a chance but we should have been safe weeks ago if we had played attacking  football instead of playing for draws which have absolutely killed us still not giving up hope 

He isn't right to be happy about it.

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7 minutes ago, Hughsie said:

He’d have taken that in October.

You and nobody else Raymond.

In fairness, everyone at Alloa, Partick, Queen of the South, Morton and Dunfermline would have gladly accepted Falkirk being three points adrift going into the last game of the season, but that sounds like someone under serious pressure talking and making a monumental arse of it.

Being fair, I'm sure what he intended to say is that he's confident in his players to take control of their own destiny and that by beating, erm, the league champions on the final day they can fix things for themselves, but....

... Actually I have no idea what he's trying to say at all.  

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I agree with you he shouldn't be happy like I say we should have attacked teams played 2 strikers and Robson out wide maybe he'll do that next week but we do still have a chance albeit a small one 

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8 minutes ago, CC52 FFC said:

What an idiot. A few weeks/months ago we were clear of Alloa and Partick in 8th and should have been looking upwards. We then fail to win at home to Partick, Alloa and Morton and look where we are. One man to blame here I’m afraid. Don’t let the door hit your arse on the way out.

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I dont think he's exactly wrong with the statement.  In the autumn we had hartleys signings that weren't good enough and we were floundering.  The difference is, now we caught up and were ahead in several points so its no longer good enough.  If we had been trailing by a huge margin and had clawed it back to 3 points behind it would be a different matter.

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1 minute ago, Jim Jenkins said:

I agree with you he shouldn't be happy like I say we should have attacked teams played 2 strikers and Robson out wide maybe he'll do that next week but we do still have a chance albeit a small one 

I think we should go 5-3-2, with robson on the left, not sure who but it would prob be mcghee on the right.  

I expect we'll be subjected to another 4-3-3, esp with the chance petra is back.

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I think Goodwin would jump at the chance of a full time club. Surely we would pay him 5x more money? He could take Falkirk far and move on like Jack Ross 
No way would he go to Falkirk . between his day job and Alloa fc wages its 60k per year and yous are broke

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6 minutes ago, Savage Henry said:

In fairness, everyone at Alloa, Partick, Queen of the South, Morton and Dunfermline would have gladly accepted Falkirk being three points adrift going into the last game of the season, but that sounds like someone under serious pressure talking and making a monumental arse of it.

Being fair, I'm sure what he intended to say is that he's confident in his players to take control of their own destiny and that by beating, erm, the league champions on the final day they can fix things for themselves, but....

... Actually I have no idea what he's trying to say at all.  

Except we have zero control of our own destiny, as a draw for Alloa against what sounds like a severely weakened Ayr Utd renders our result absolutely meaningless.

Thought his comments through the week - that up until the Morton game we had been right on it - were delusional, but this interview is on a different level again. All confidence (or at least any that remained) in him now gone. Crystal clear where the woeful lack of drive and urgency in our recent performances emanates from.  His complacency defies belief.

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I'm 3000 miles away in the  USA and even from here I can see that we played for draws instead of going out to win games I remember a Falkirk team getting relegated under jeffries and that team got applauded of the park every week because they played attacking entertaining good football and actually tried to win games the fans can accept going down if the team is playing attacking football which sadly this teams not 

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4 minutes ago, AGPar said:

Except we have zero control of our own destiny, as a draw for Alloa against what sounds like a severely weakened Ayr Utd renders our result absolutely meaningless.

Thought his comments through the week - that up until the Morton game we had been right on it - were delusional, but this interview is on a different level again. All confidence (or at least any that remained) in him now gone. Crystal clear where the woeful lack of drive and urgency in our recent performances emanates from.  His complacency defies belief.

Yeah, I realised that as I was typing it.  I guess he's just talking under enormous pressure.

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I actually think the Championship should be increased in size. We lose full-time clubs and ambitious part-time clubs have a struggle to establish themselves. Does not make for great football.

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If Mckinnon does go and I don't think he will the only names for me is a Mark Kerr and Lee Miller partnership 2 guys win a genuine affection for the club 

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1 hour ago, Grangemouth Bairn said:

What about that dick McKinnon saying he’s happy going into last game 3 behind as we have a chance.

What a fucking loser.

Just curious, how many games had Falkirk played this season before he appointed Falkirk manager? and how points did they have before he came. 

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When will the Rat McKinnon Relegation Commemoration Jumper be available from your merchandising department?

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2 minutes ago, Branch Ton said:

When will the Rat McKinnon Relegation Commemoration Jumper be available from your merchandising department?

The day after Morton become significant

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