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I think if we’re top or in and around top after the first quarter then we will win the league fairly comfortably. I think we’ll get better as the season goes on but it’s not always gonna be pretty.  That was a brutal match today though. 

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I'm not too concerned with today. I can't remember the last team that won this league that looked like an amazing outfit.

Kilmarnock played Morton 5 times last season and drew 3.

If we can win the majority of our home games and draw the majority of our away, we'll win the league with a good few bumps along the way.

Killie lost 9 of their games and drew 7 last season. It's gonna be a tough slog, but not a bad point all things concerned IMO.

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18 minutes ago, Boo Khaki said:

Could be worse, we could have just been scudded 3-0 at home by St.Mirren

Could be worse, imagine actually being a DAB, fucking unimaginable in the extreme!

However........................................................................... 

 

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Remember when quite a few United posters were on this thread claiming we were gutted and just hiding our disappointment when none of us were that upset at losing Ross to United?  Do you think they’ve already worked out why none of us were that bothered?

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1 hour ago, Ludo*1 said:

I'm not too concerned with today. I can't remember the last team that won this league that looked like an amazing outfit.

I take your point but that wasn't a meh performance today it was fucking stinking. We play like that for most away games and we're not going to be drawing. 

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I'll admit to cheerleading for Ross, but in hindsight I think it's obvious there was a bit of that phenomenon of 'the guy not playing always being better than the guy who is' thing going on. He was the obvious name to think about being that he was probably the most prominent jobless Scottish manager who would likely have been available to Championship/Premiership clubs, but I'll also admit that he has always given me slight Neil McCann vibes. Comes across as bright, looks more professional that the guys who cut aboot in manky trackies, but in reality it's all on the surface and there isn't a lot of genuine knowledge or understanding underneath.

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1 hour ago, Bigmouth Strikes Again said:

Another away game with a clean sheet, decent start, improvement to come. IMO.

 

47 minutes ago, Boo Khaki said:

Could be worse, we could have just been scudded 3-0 at home by St.Mirren

 

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1 minute ago, Louis Litt said:

I take your point but that wasn't a meh performance today it was fucking stinking. We play like that for most away games and we're not going to be drawing. 

Granted, I only watched the second half, but I thought they had the better chances of a game that had just devolved into scrappy hoofball tbh.

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I can't really get too wound up about a point away from home to a team likely to be mid-table. By the sound of it the performance was honking, but longer term if we're winning our home games and picking up a point from the away then that should see us where we want to be come May. 

It sounds like that lack of creativity thing that was being talked about reared its head today. From what I've seen of McMullan so far this season I think he's a wee bit off the boil in that he's not causing the consistent problems he usually does at this level. If McCowan and McGowan are not on it, then we are going to struggle, but I think there's still plenty enough in that team once you include Mulligan that it shouldn't be a serious concern long term. A midfielder with a 'tin opener' would be a great addition, but I don't think it's a pressing enough problem that it's going to make or break our season. I still think LB is a bigger issue.

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June 20th, 2 months, or in other words "what feels like ages ago".

On 20/06/2022 at 17:48, invergowrie arab said:

No matter what happens next Dundee and their fans were desperate for him and he fucked them off as soon as he got word we were in the market.

A club legend 

You have us there, I'll give you that.

On 20/06/2022 at 17:49, Mark Connolly said:

They weren't exciting enough for him

Things are very "exciting" at Tannadice right now for sure!

On 21/06/2022 at 00:02, LIVIFOREVER said:

For a brief second when i saw the thread title i thought it read Jack Ross Relegation Thread 22/23.  Thought wooft that's a new level of pessimism from Utd fans expecting the worst from their managers.

Your premonition should have been paid more attention.

On 21/06/2022 at 10:13, The Derry said:

Agent Ross about to get some prime time payback for Jimmy Mac.  Up yis.

@The Derry never misses! 😂

On 21/06/2022 at 12:02, Dundee Hibernian said:

The 'Agent Ross' chat as a comeback to the 'Agent McIntyre' jibes from some United fans a while back are wishful thinking (I hope).

I'm hoping he's more of an 'Agent McLean'.

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