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4 hours ago, Axle Grease said:

Tight league. Room for improvement. Poor away record. Lack of goals. Bit non committal. Up there at the end of the season. Worry about other teams. Can't shoot from distance. Won't shoot from distance. Not using width. Play the long ball. Punt em high. He's off form. He couldn't keep Hens. Lazy b*****d. Never plays the scond baw. Too slow to come out. Too slow to get back. Get him aff. Get him oan. Start him next week. Start him this week. Shouldn't be starting this week. Two up front. Him in, just behind the strikers. One man up front. Got some engine. Got good set of legs. Run awe day. Never in a full game. Lazy b*****d. Started well. Games of 2 halves. Never in the game. Couldn't score in a brothel. That's not his natural position. That's his best position. Can play anywhere. He's pish. Seen better in Sunday League. Too guid for this league. Not guid enough for this league. Nothing in it. Never in it. In it to win it. Hearts will skoosh it. Pars will shit it. Cliche ridden,  but 'Crawford will stay'

Trainspotting 3 sounds shite

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Hopefully see OHara start a few more games not sure what McManus has done to keep his starting place when the goals have dried up. Obviously Turner being punted out the squad isn't ideal as on his day he's a class act. 

Seems such a shame that Crawford has stalled yet again obviously the Germans will need to consider his position but I think they will give him next season with the new director of football being on hand a bit more than is obviously possible at the moment.

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1 hour ago, VinnyPar said:

I'd be more inclined to go with McCann and Wighton tbh

Good shout actually.

Just feel it needs to be freshened up.

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It will be interesting to see how Wighton plays with a different striker.

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On 01/03/2021 at 05:19, Axle Grease said:

Tight league. Room for improvement. Poor away record. Lack of goals. Bit non committal. Up there at the end of the season. Worry about other teams. Can't shoot from distance. Won't shoot from distance. Not using width. Play the long ball. Punt em high. He's off form. He couldn't keep Hens. Lazy b*****d. Never plays the scond baw. Too slow to come out. Too slow to get back. Get him aff. Get him oan. Start him next week. Start him this week. Shouldn't be starting this week. Two up front. Him in, just behind the strikers. One man up front. Got some engine. Got good set of legs. Run awe day. Never in a full game. Lazy b*****d. Started well. Games of 2 halves. Never in the game. Couldn't score in a brothel. That's not his natural position. That's his best position. Can play anywhere. He's pish. Seen better in Sunday League. Too guid for this league. Not guid enough for this league. Nothing in it. Never in it. In it to win it. Hearts will skoosh it. Pars will shit it. Cliche ridden,  but 'Crawford will stay'

Choose Fife. 

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3 hours ago, parsforlife said:

What’s O’Hara done to justify a starting place? 

Nothing. McManus is clearly our best striker. He's not been at it the past couple games but O'Hara is simply not good enough. Isn't even a good impact sub either. 

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8 hours ago, Ebanda's Handyman Services said:

Choose Fife. 

Choose the moaning fitbaw fan. Matchday breakfast sprinkled with cliche flakes. 

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Genuinely surprised to look at the league table, following last night’s result, to see that we have the best defensive record in the league. This is despite the number of goals OFW seems to have handed opposition.

He’s a very frustrating keeper. Some of his reactionary saves are good, but he seems unable to stop anything that’s hit from outside the box (see Joe McKee’s goal at East End, Raith’s goal at East End, Gibson’s goal at the weekend and probably more that I’ve forgotten about).

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Says a lot for the regular back four how we've tightened things up back there compared to the last few years. 

Having a solid right back in Comrie has made a massive difference.

Replacing Devine and Ashcroft with Murray and especially Watson has been much needed.

Edwards has visibly improved and doing a decent job in Martin's absence.

If we can now get the best out of our strikers....

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Will this COVID outbreak affect Tuesday's game? Presumably it would.

Not all bad as it could give some injured players more chance of getting back to fitness. Shite circumstances mind but trying to take the positives!

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3 minutes ago, DA Baracus said:

Will this COVID outbreak affect Tuesday's game? Presumably it would.

Not all bad as it could give some injured players more chance of getting back to fitness. Shite circumstances mind but trying to take the positives!

Depends how quickly we start turning back positive tests I'd imagine, hopefully no one is too adversely affected. 

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4 minutes ago, DA Baracus said:

Will this COVID outbreak affect Tuesday's game? Presumably it would.

Not all bad as it could give some injured players more chance of getting back to fitness. Shite circumstances mind but trying to take the positives!

As Saturdays game went without a problem you imagine the case or cases were identified between Sunday to Tuesday night so the earliest the isolation is over would be 10th and latest would be 12th so probably depending on if anyone else tests positive in the intervening period then it could cause a problem for games beyond Friday and Tuesday. Hope not and like you say gives us time to bring people back from injury.

That said if we get past morton in the cup our schedule will be hectic to say the least.

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9 minutes ago, Stellaboz said:

It won't be fon Williams, he doesn't catch anything.

Someone had to do this joke.

I'm just disappointed it was you.

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4 minutes ago, DA Baracus said:

Someone had to do this joke.

I'm just disappointed it was you.

Awk, can't beat a jokey-joke sometimes. 

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Is it due to lack of testing that we can’t narrow it down or are there a few players and their contacts need to isolate?

Dom Thomas isolated before and I’m guessing he was training at the time so why nobody else? He was off sick then tested?

Not saying anyone or anything is wrong but unsure how it works. Some clubs have a couple of players out and still play like accies then you get st mirren calling games off. Surely both teams all train together so everyone is a contact?

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1 minute ago, D.A.F.C said:

Is it due to lack of testing that we can’t narrow it down or are there a few players and their contacts need to isolate?

Dom Thomas isolated before and I’m guessing he was training at the time so why nobody else? He was off sick then tested?

Not saying anyone or anything is wrong but unsure how it works. Some clubs have a couple of players out and still play like accies then you get st mirren calling games off. Surely both teams all train together so everyone is a contact?

It's more to do with travel to the game you only have to look at Livi getting their players to drive to the game at Hampden. And Palmerston is one of only 2 grounds that team busses are taken to and for some reason regardless of being 2m apart it seems to be everyone on the coach is deemed a close contact, or that certainly seems to be the case in the other clubs were even one case has caused huge disruption. I'm sure details about our specific problem will come out eventually but I think the governing bodies should be looking at how close contacts are identified by Public Health Scotland and advising clubs on how best to mitigate this, perhaps they all ready are but seeing as Ross is one of the Championship reps it would be unlikely that he doesn't have the club following the letter of the guidelines.

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