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On 5/16/2018 at 16:34, cowdenbeath said:

I was thinking that myself it would be interesting:lol: if it was to be at their place we would probably need to hire the SAS to get in and out safely.

We called it! Ha!

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I have the address of a good army surplus outfitter if you want Kevlar shirt or brick resistant hat

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I always enjoyed hurling abuse at John Martin when we played Airdrie, is he still playing?

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4 hours ago, King Kebab said:

I thought the idea of this seeding pish was to ensure every group got a "big" team, what happened to ours???

Don't worry, we'll bring a big enough squad through in case you can't manage to field a team, and we have to lend you players again.

:)

 

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8 hours ago, PauloPerth said:

Don't worry, we'll bring a big enough squad through in case you can't manage to field a team, and we have to lend you players again.

:)

 

We've seen some of your more recent loanees. I think I'd rather just start with 9 men tbh.

Edited by Gordon EF

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On 5/25/2018 at 21:32, 19QOS19 said:


 

 


I expect we could be in with a shout of a televised game; Motherwell being finalists last season and the chance of an upset. Certainly a far more exciting contest than Partick Vs Ayr or Hamilton Vs Livi.

 

All Premier League clash and don't you forget it m9

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That doesn't mean it won't be eye-bleedingly boring.

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15 hours ago, DAVIDB69 said:

When are the fixtures dates arranged for this

It's some point this week I think.  99% certain I read that somewhere.

 

EDIT - I'm wrong it's the week starting the 4th of June.

Edited by The Minertaur

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Wonder when the SPFL will start fiddling around with this one and add teams from Ireland, Wales etc?

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At the moment apart from the European sides with a bye doesn’t looking there will be too many league sides in the last 16

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7 minutes ago, DAVIDB69 said:

At the moment apart from the European sides with a bye doesn’t looking there will be too many league sides in the last 16

Won't they all be league sides?

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7 hours ago, Zen Archer said:

Won't they all be league sides?

I think "league" was a typo.  I think he meant "Dundee".

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Are there any other LC matches on TV this midweek or the weekend?

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8 minutes ago, Szamo's_Ammo said:

Are there any other LC matches on TV this midweek or the weekend?

Nothing midweek, Clyde v Motherwell on Saturday & Hearts v ICT on Sunday.

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None of the Premiership teams have 100% records

Only Ross County, Dunfermline Athletic, Inverness CT, Ayr Utd and Partick Thistle have 100% records so far with Ayr and Partick playing each other on Saturday.

In the event of teams on the same points, settled by;  1) goal difference, 2) goals scored, 3) away goals scored, 4) matches won, 5) away matches won, 6) drawing of lots.

 

Group A

Between Alloa and Ross County to be Group winners, though Arbroath can still finish second albeit with a maximum of probably not quite enough 8points.  From the remaining fixtures, Ross County have two tough away matches, at Arbroath and Alloa. The Alloa v County game on Saturday will be huge to decide the group winners.  Alloa will want at least a point to take them onto 9 which would stand a good chance of going through.

Group B

Montrose need to beat Forfar on Wednesday night to complete their 4 fixtures top of the group on 9 points; they would then have to hope St Johnstone got 0 or 1 point at Forfar on Saturday to qualify as group winners. As it stands, 9 points looks good for qualifying as one of the 4 better runners up for Montrose if St Johnstone got 2 or 3 points on Saturday.

Group C

Inverness the underdogs against the authorities and Cheats of Midlothian Hearts. Let's be honest, in a sensible and fair world the team currently in second should already be out, but a Group decider between the two has been manufactured for this Sunday. Inverness just need a draw. An Inverness defeat and the football authorities get their way Hearts qualify. And good luck to them as I'm sure we all agree.  If hearts win, Inverness finish on 9 which is a good chance of going through as runners up. If hearts don't win, and let's be honest it's the best outcome for the integrity of the sport, then they are not likely to go through as one of the better runners-up. Which would be unfortunate.

Group D

Massive game between the top two on Wednesday night. If Dunfermline win then they've won the group with a game to spare. If Brechin win, then they go top by a point with a Tayside derby to come at Dens on Saturday.  Still an open group with positions 2-5 separated by 2 points. Dundee travel to Peterhead on Wednesay night, with Peterhead already out of contention, but Dundee still in with a good chance of runner-up potentially on 9 points, and an outside chance of winning the group if results went their way.

 

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