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Aberdeen VS Hamilton Academical | 03/02/2018 |

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CHANCE FOR MAYNARD.

Missed.


I had a tenner on 4-0 at 14/1 - cheers Nicky for that one.

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I thought we started the game poorly, but we really grew into the first half and did well hitting Aberdeen on the break. The change of formation certainly helped us in that regard, as it allowed Ferguson, Redmond and Ogkmpoe to link up well. Ogkmpoe gave McKenna a few problems down Aberdeen's left, as well as playing the two in behind him in. 

Then came a shite goal from a set piece. 

The second half saw Ogkmpoe far too isolated and McMann tiring, which left far too much space in behind the left-hand side. The subs killed the game off completely; did any of them touch the ball before the 90th minute? Our recent trend of giving up after 70-odd minutes to give the young boys a chance to prepare for the Championship, is incredibly depressing. Where's Kozoronis? Why bring Skondras off? 

Pittodrie Pies are also rank.

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2 minutes ago, Scotty Tunbridge said:

 


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Personally I hope Tatty has put you all in his notebook and reported it to the relevant authorities.

 

The Vaults bus won't be welcomed back there for a while :lol: Not that we'll be at Pittodrie again... perhaps ever?

I am glad to be innocent, though. 

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Some people already labelling Woodman - or, perhaps, his performance - 'shit' and suchlike on other forums, which surprises me (actually, I'm not sure it does). I thought he did fine enough today; one decent save from Skondras at an important juncture in the game, and his kicking was passable if somewhat imperfect. He didn't make any obvious aerial misjudgements, either. At risk of being branded a happy-clapper, I'm content to trust McInnes, Marshall et al. on this one. 

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Some people already labelling Woodman - or, perhaps, his performance - 'shit' and suchlike on other forums, which surprises me (actually, I'm not sure it does). I thought he did fine enough today; one decent save from Skondras at an important juncture in the game, and his kicking was passable if somewhat imperfect. He didn't make any obvious aerial misjudgements, either. At risk of being branded a happy-clapper, I'm content to trust McInnes, Marshall et al. on this one. 

Really? I despair with fitba’ fans sometimes. Clean sheet, one very good save, adequately commanding with crosses, and other than 1 or 2 shanks his kicking was fine - even Lewis is prone to duff kicks.

I feel for Rogers. But, like you, I trust Marshall and McInnes to do what’s best for the team.

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I love the phrase happy clapper. Anyone that uses it is almost certainly a miserable f**k. Being happy and clapping is literally the reason I go to the football.

Big love to McInnes, McGinn, Considine and Woodman. 

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I love the phrase happy clapper. Anyone that uses it is almost certainly a miserable f**k. Being happy and clapping is literally the reason I go to the football.
Big love to McInnes, McGinn, Considine and Woodman. 


I'm a miserable f**k who loves booing and I particularly love seeing fans of other teams in despair. Salty tears are a lot of the reason I go to football.

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10 hours ago, DrewDon said:

Some people already labelling Woodman - or, perhaps, his performance - 'shit' and suchlike on other forums, which surprises me (actually, I'm not sure it does). I thought he did fine enough today; one decent save from Skondras at an important juncture in the game, and his kicking was passable if somewhat imperfect. He didn't make any obvious aerial misjudgements, either. At risk of being branded a happy-clapper, I'm content to trust McInnes, Marshall et al. on this one. 

I thought he was a little suspect at crosses, but all in all he was fine, despite not being tested that much. 

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I'm a miserable f**k who loves booing and I particularly love seeing fans of other teams in despair. Salty tears are a lot of the reason I go to football.


Hey who am I to tell you how to live your life. I'm happy and I clap your decision to be miserable!

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Hey who am I to tell you how to live your life. I'm happy and I clap your decision to be miserable!


I just love other fans and teams in despair. My favourite is Old Firm despair. Yesterday was delightful for us all. Salty Weegie tears. Glorious.

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If only we could do something against either of the Ugly Sisters we would be genuine title contenders. On one hand its great the team does so well against every body else, but the 3 defeats to Rangers have been really, really hard to take. 

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I'm a miserable f**k who loves booing and I particularly love seeing fans of other teams in despair. Salty tears are a lot of the reason I go to football.

I occasionally find myself clapping and booing at the same time.

I am a bit special like.

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If only we could do something against either of the Ugly Sisters we would be genuine title contenders. On one hand its great the team does so well against every body else, but the 3 defeats to Rangers have been really, really hard to take. 


I can’t help but feel the damaging defeats against the bigot brothers has a galvanising effect though, and we use it to help bulldoze through runs of games against the other teams.

Not to say it should be one of the other, but it would be typical us to get something at Parkhead or Ibrox then drop points in the next game against utter pish like Partick or St Johnstone.

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6 hours ago, BucksburnDandy said:

 


I just love other fans and teams in despair. My favourite is Old Firm despair. Yesterday was delightful for us all. Salty Weegie tears. Glorious.

 

Why are Aberdeen incapable of producing salty tears through their own efforts ? You surely have to despair that most clubs have inflicted pain on sevco this season but they have you in their back pockets.

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7 hours ago, accies1874 said:

I thought he was a little suspect at crosses, but all in all he was fine, despite not being tested that much. 

He had three crosses to deal with all afternoon and one shot.  Two of the crosses he punched well clear and the other he held confidently under the bar. The one shot he had to deal with, he saved. 

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