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Certainly have been a few down the years.

Chris Templeman was another player that has always been consistent everywhere else.

I thought big Temps did well for us, it's a pity him and Buchanan didn't link up as I think they would have been great together.

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Jonathan Page >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Ben Gordon!!!

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12 hours ago, Gordon EF said:

Maybe he used to be. His career until signing for East Fife has largely been spent top end of L1 / bottom end of Championship. Page is pretty easily at that kind of level.

Gordon spent a few years with Alloa turning down full-time offers because of his job situation. He was easily the best centre-half in Scottish part-time football. Friends of mine who are Rangers fans would rave about him during our battles with them in the Championship. He was excellent during his short spell with Alloa just last season. Part of a defence that held Celtic 0-0 at Parkhead for 83 minutes a year ago.  

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21 hours ago, King Kebab said:

Rovers1992/1993 and steakngravy contemplating their next excursion on to the East Fife Thread!!!

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:lol: I can hear banjos playing, quick paddle faster!!

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He was easily the best centre-half in Scottish part-time football.


That title now unquestionably belongs to Pagey as highlighted by his inclusion in the League One Team of the Year at the end of last season!!!

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33 minutes ago, King Kebab said:

 


That title now unquestionably belongs to Pagey as highlighted by his inclusion in the League One Team of the Year at the end of last season!!!

 

I thought that was a pretty bizarre inclusion. But as this discussion shows, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. 

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Is it just me , but do you think our defensive frailties this season are coming mainly from a lack of full backs cover when runners overlap. I've watched every game, and although we have decent FBs , there are far too many crosses making their way into our box with ease. We seem to be missing the tracking abilities of the likes of Ross Brown. Just an observation!

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I thought that was a pretty bizarre inclusion. But as this discussion shows, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. 

You are of course entitled to voice your own opinion!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

no matter how wrong it is!!!

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I thought that was a pretty bizarre inclusion. But as this discussion shows, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. 



Page is a class act. I've been really impressed with him anytime I've seen him.

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Agree smuggfifer,also when we loose possession up the park when we hav a corner etc,we seem to get opened up very easily,same as last season

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Defensively, in my opinion. EF failures include inability to stop crosses coming in to box and inability to win back the ball when lost.

With regard to Scott Linton , excellent when going forward, defensively not too pacy.A bit like Dicky Gibb in his latter years!!

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Gordon to link up with old boss Barry Smith on a short term deal...

According to the Courier today, Gordon wants to go abroad. Apparently there wasn't an opportunity to do so in the summer, so he signed for East Fife to keep himself fit and to provide cover until Page was fit.

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2 minutes ago, Specky Ginger said:


According to the Courier today, Gordon wants to go abroad. Apparently there wasn't an opportunity to do so in the summer, so he signed for East Fife to keep himself fit and to provide cover until Page was fit.

I saw that. No wonder he could allow himself a wee chuckle at the end of the derby when he knew his freedom was only weeks away.

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Certainly no big miss with Gordon leaving, looked a bomb scare when the ball went near him and just booted it in the direction he was facing, combine that with a lack of pace and as i say no great loss

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49 minutes ago, steakngravy said:

Where's the monkey with the fag in its puss, been awfy quiet since you lot got a fitba lesson.  Common sonny don't cry your turn will come.;):)

Shut yer coupon ya fucking mug. I'm still here.

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