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11 hours ago, qos_75 said:

Nonsense. pie and beans is the sign of a deviant.  Pie and peas all the way with vinegar and HP sauce.

When my old man covered games at Palmerston in the late eighties, and I got dragged/invited along, the pie and peas in the stand were the highlight!

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Looking forward to a nice pie tomorrow and a win.  Should be a cracking game and as I remember if we keep McMullin quiet we can get the 3 points. I don't remember Shanklin getting any success against us last early season.  They call it the battle of the strikers. My money is on Dobs particularly after he sees his carving.

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Before this saturdays game (Queens v Dundee United) the Queens Trust will be doing a bucket collection. 

 

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Sponsored local youth tournament,

Purchased training equipment for 1st team,

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Up to 4th😁😁 very surprised 

Or as a certain 1 or 2 would claim most of us should be thinking 3 points from play off agaiin🤔🤔

Sad sack pessimists 

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Great team performance today and every player put in a great shift. Really difficult to pick a MOTM. 

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Great team performance today and every player put in a great shift. Really difficult to pick a MOTM. 
Not for me. I thought Brownlie was absolutely outstanding today. I don't think he lost a single header today and had the division's top goalscorer in his back pocket all afternoon. He really has matured as a player and if he continues like this I expect he'll be on his way to a bigger club soon enough sadly.

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3 minutes ago, ALOREBURNE said:

Great team performance today and every player put in a great shift. Really difficult to pick a MOTM. 

That is what was so good today every player giving 100 %.. a really good team performance  from start to finish 

Have to give a mention to Michael Paton I really thought he was finished but today he was superb up and down the park all game was like a different player 

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7 minutes ago, 19QOS19 said:
15 minutes ago, ALOREBURNE said:
Great team performance today and every player put in a great shift. Really difficult to pick a MOTM. 

Not for me. I thought Brownlie was absolutely outstanding today. I don't think he lost a single header today and had the division's top goalscorer in his back pocket all afternoon. He really has matured as a player and if he continues like this I expect he'll be on his way to a bigger club soon enough sadly.

An absolute unit this season. Solid in the air. We’ve got the 3rd best defensive record in Scotland this season. 

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Not for me. I thought Brownlie was absolutely outstanding today. I don't think he lost a single header today and had the division's top goalscorer in his back pocket all afternoon. He really has matured as a player and if he continues like this I expect he'll be on his way to a bigger club soon enough sadly.

Behave!

He is phenomenal in the air and has me rubbing my hands with glee any time opponents play a route one style against us.

He is lacking in several other areas though.

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4 minutes ago, Flash said:

Maybe shows it was a good team performance - I thought Pybus was mom.

This. I think you could make a case for Brownlie, Pybus, Hamilton or El Bakhtaoui, who had a quiet first half but still ended up with three assits.

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2 minutes ago, Mr X said:

This. I think you could make a case for Brownlie, Pybus, Hamilton or El Bakhtaoui, who had a quiet first half but still ended up with three assits.

And Holt, who could have had a hat trick and was rock solid at the back too.

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7 minutes ago, Flash said:

Maybe shows it was a good team performance - I thought Pybus was mom.

I thought it was El Bakhtaoui by quite a considerable distance.  Everything good we did came through him and he was a constant threat.  I assumed it was going to be Dobbie that was awarded it as it usually is, so was quite surprised it was Brownlie.  Not to take anything away from him, but he just did Darren Brownlie stuff I don't think he was especially great.

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Behave!

He is phenomenal in the air and has me rubbing my hands with glee any time opponents play a route one style against us.

He is lacking in several other areas though.
I thought it was El Bakhtaoui by quite a considerable distance.  Everything good we did came through him and he was a constant threat.  I assumed it was going to be Dobbie that was awarded it as it usually is, so was quite surprised it was Brownlie.  Not to take anything away from him, but he just did Darren Brownlie stuff I don't think he was especially great.
If you didn't think he was MotM worthy today then there isn't really much point in me responding to your first message as we would be here all day not agreeing

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2 minutes ago, palmy_cammy said:

I thought it was El Bakhtaoui by quite a considerable distance.  Everything good we did came through him and he was a constant threat.  I assumed it was going to be Dobbie that was awarded it as it usually is, so was quite surprised it was Brownlie.  Not to take anything away from him, but he just did Darren Brownlie stuff I don't think he was especially great.

Darren Brownlie stuff is pretty much what today demanded though, and he made a good job of it.

Like you, I was surprised it wasn't Dobbie, given that it tends to be anyway as the sponsors have usually heard of him, even when he doesn't score twice.  

The fact that there were several candidates today was great.  The winner during 2019 has often been the least conspicuously awful.

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Just now, 19QOS19 said:

If you didn't think he was MotM worthy today then there isn't really much point in me responding to your first message as we would be here all day not agreeing emoji38.png

I'm a fan of Brownlie and in the main always have been I think.  The defence has undoubtedly improved this season by him featuring.  I just don't think he did anything particularly out of the ordinary today to deserve MotM.  If I was giving it to any of our defenders it would have been Holt.  Maybe Brownlie is a victim of his own success and has the bar set quite highly in my eyes that I just expect it from him?  They all played well so I'm not really wanting to labour too much on this point.

I realised after I posted that by "bigger club" you could of course mean a divisional rival such as Partick or Dundee in which case you may be right there may be suitors sniffing around.  I don't see him as a Premiership player though I'm afraid.  Not even close.

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I'm a fan of Brownlie and in the main always have been I think.  The defence has undoubtedly improved this season by him featuring.  I just don't think he did anything particularly out of the ordinary today to deserve MotM.  If I was giving it to any of our defenders it would have been Holt.  Maybe Brownlie is a victim of his own success and has the bar set quite highly in my eyes that I just expect it from him?  They all played well so I'm not really wanting to labour too much on this point.
I realised after I posted that by "bigger club" you could of course mean a divisional rival such as Partick or Dundee in which case you may be right there may be suitors sniffing around.  I don't see him as a Premiership player though I'm afraid.  Not even close.
Yeah you're right about my "bigger club" comment. I wasn't thinking a division above per se, just a bigger club than us. It's his maturity that's impressed me. Every single game without fail over the past few seasons he would give away a completely needless foul that would put us under pressure. I really can't recall him doing that this season.

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