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Salkeld wasn't even let go for being mince, was he? It was because he ended up getting injured for the duration of his contract.

Aye he was ruled out for the season. He’d kinda dropped out the team prior to that under Duffy I think.
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An absolutely terrible footballer and i can safely say my heart sank every time he was on the pitch. Salkeld the player summed up the Hopkin era; no real position, lack of football ability, lots of physical fitness and running, one good game every 15!

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40 minutes ago, Shibuya said:

An absolutely terrible footballer and i can safely say my heart sank every time he was on the pitch. Salkeld the player summed up the Hopkin era; no real position, lack of football ability, lots of physical fitness and running, one good game every 15!

He scored an absolute stunner can’t remember who against though 

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1 hour ago, Shibuya said:

An absolutely terrible footballer and i can safely say my heart sank every time he was on the pitch. Salkeld the player summed up the Hopkin era; no real position, lack of football ability, lots of physical fitness and running, one good game every 15!

I thought he was decent in the queen of the south shame game. 

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1 hour ago, ryanayr1987 said:

He scored an absolute stunner can’t remember who against though 

He scored a good finish away to Hamilton in the cup but his glory moment was home to Dunfermline in the league where he laid the ball off in the right back position then ran the length of the park without the ball to score a header off a cross from Reading to put us 2 up.   A massive goal when you consider how the season played out. 

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9 hours ago, Hursty said:

He scored a good finish away to Hamilton in the cup but his glory moment was home to Dunfermline in the league where he laid the ball off in the right back position then ran the length of the park without the ball to score a header off a cross from Reading to put us 2 up.   A massive goal when you consider how the season played out. 

He was good generally in that Dunfermline game tbf, never to be seen again though. 

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1 hour ago, Trogdor said:

He simply wasn't good enough. His injury doesn't come into it. It's not like it's Craig Moore we are talking about.

Yep.

I cannot fault his effort and I hope he makes a full recovery from his injury. However, he was not good enough.

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Wonder when the big week will be, new signing, season tickets announced, possibly a look at the second and third strip and starting to get folk looking towards the new season again. My bet would be first week of June. 

it feels like ages since the season ended but the playoffs haven't even finished yet. 

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Take it with pinch of salt but apparently Muirhead was at Firhill speaking to Partick yesterday.

I’d rather lose Baird but Muirhead and Fjortoft away would give us scope to bring in two new centre backs which could work in our favour. Hopefully a righty and a lefty which has the potential to be a longer term partnership.
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