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I've always looked at 4 and 6 being quite interchangeable between deep lying midfielder and centre half.

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7 hours ago, Stellaboz said:

I fancy my chances:

1. Our fans are fat, drunken slobs.
2. Smudger will be too easy eating the tuna bait.
3. My Proton Pack and Ghost Trap should deal with this easily enough.

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I've always looked at 4 and 6 being quite interchangeable between deep lying midfielder and centre half.


Gerrard wearing 4 for England but Geggan wearing 6 for us, it all works.

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Gerrard wearing 4 for England but Geggan wearing 6 for us, it all works.
The single reason that unfortunately brilliant team were so poor at the world cup.

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Coley and Ryan back in for Turner and McCann. Ashcroft looks like he'll play the holding midfield role.

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20 minutes ago, Stellaboz said:

Ashcroft looks like he'll play the holding midfield role.

Is he wearing the number 6 shirt?

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2 hours ago, D.A.F.C said:

Weird result today. Hopefully keeps our feet on the ground.

Wasn't weird at all watching the game. We were absolutely brutal and created almost nothing. Edinburgh City did very little either tbf but took their chance when it came.

Constant long ball was horrific to watch.

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Both teams were very poor today but will hopefully focus a few minds that thought were world beaters. 

I thought the pitch looked really dry and we didn't zip the ball about like we did during the week, we didn't expose City's aged back line often enough, hopefully a win on Saturday top the group and get some momentum into the Dundee game.

Who would have thought Edinburgh City would be our first group stage loss in this competition.

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11 hours ago, Adam101 said:

Who would have thought Edinburgh City would be our first group stage loss in this competition.

It wasn't. We've lost to Inverness and Dundee United in the past.

11 hours ago, Rovers_Lad said:

😂

Don't laugh, you should be delighted at the prospect of us joining you in L1 next season.

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1 hour ago, Poet of the Macabre said:

It wasn't. We've lost to Inverness and Dundee United in the past.

Right enough

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Lewis McCann and Kyle Turner looked exciting when they came on, they should start against EK. Morrison didn’t exactly have a bad game but there was a real lack of imagination when playing out from the back, Ashcroft didn’t show much more tbh.

That was the first 90 minutes I’ve seen from the 3 games, so on that showing and from what I’ve seen from the other two, we have great potential to damage teams on a quick breakaway but when it comes to attack a team sitting deeper we’re relying on poor defensive lines leaving gaps open.

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Worrying performance yesterday for Crawford considering such a strong team fielded. The pitch looked dry and bobbly but would still expect more. Could be a long season ahead although I thought Coley and Nisbet looked promising

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Worrying performance yesterday for Crawford considering such a strong team fielded. The pitch looked dry and bobbly but would still expect more. Could be a long season ahead although I thought Coley and Nisbet looked promising

We were a lot better vs st mirren and Albion rovers. It certainly wasn’t a true indicator of our abilities.

How often we hit the heights of the st mirren game 1st in particular and avoid the lows of yesterday(especially first half hour and last 10-15 mins) will determine how we finish. I suspect with the young squad we’ll jump between them quite often, with not very many games where we’re neither fantastic or dreadful.

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