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1. Ross County 

2. Morton

3. Dundee United

4. Falkirk

5. Dunfermline

6. Partick Thistle 

7. Ayr

8. Queen Of The South 

9. Inverness

10. Alloa 

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1. Ross County
2. Dundee United
3. Partick
4. Falkirk
5. Inverness
6. Morton
7. Ayr
8. Dunfermline
9. Queen of the South
10. Alloa
Would absolutely love us to finish 7th with a month of cigars out football at the end of the season.

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Would absolutely love us to finish 7th with a month of cigars out football at the end of the season.

Even if we finished 7th I can see 6th-9th being pretty tight with only a handful of points separating us.

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Loving the Ayr fans optimism. Will be extra funny when they're bottom of the table at Christmas.
1.Ayr
2.Alloa (Playoff winners)
3.QOS
4.Dundee United (lose playoff to alloa)
5.Dunferlime
6.Falkirk
7.Inverness
8.Partick Thistle
9.Ross County (Relagated by Montrose)
10. Morton

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12 minutes ago, Ayrfan1910 said:

1.Ayr
2.Alloa (Playoff winners)
3.QOS
4.Dundee United (lose playoff to alloa)
5.Dunferlime
6.Falkirk
7.Inverness
8.Partick Thistle
9.Ross County (Relagated by Montrose)
10. Morton

What nonsense. Falkirk as high as sixth?

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10.Ayr
9.Alloa (Playoff winners)
8.QOS
7.Dundee United (lose playoff to alloa)
6.Dunferlime
5.Falkirk
4.Inverness
3.Partick Thistle
2.Ross County (Relagated by Montrose)
1. Morton


Why did you post it upside down?

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How anyone can predict anything much at this stage is beyond me. Particularly my own club as we have no idea who Hartley has yet to sign, and little idea of the quality he has signed.
I’ll give it a few more weeks before giving you all a further good laugh.....

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Ayr will do better than a lot realise.

Partick also.

Falkirk will finish bottom.

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Ayr will do better than a lot realise.
Partick also.
Falkirk will finish bottom.

Bless you kind sir

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5 hours ago, Armand 2 said:

I tend to think Kettlewell and Ferguson have been a bit too loyal to certain members of their squad

I'm interested as to who you mean by this. Most of those signing on from last season were on longer deals and offered reduced terms or leave as per their contract.

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1. Dundee United
2. Partick Thistle
3. Morton
4. Inverness
5. Ross County
6. Dunfermline
7. Falkirk
8. QOTS
9. Ayr
10. Alloa

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Ross County 

Morton

Falkirk

Partick Thistle 

Dundee United 

Inverness

Queen of the South 

Dunfermline 

Alloa

Ayr

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1/ Queen of the South (celebrating our centenary year in style)

2/ - 9/  Who knows?

10/ Alloa

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Dependent on what centre midfielders and wingers we buy will be dependent on where we finish, as well as where he plans to play Longridge, I'd like to see him upfront with Ryan but if we sign Faiss or another striker we could see him as a winger. 
Danny Devine is a pretty laughable signing but then so was M'voto last year and that worked out fine, hopefully he'll do OK when he steps in. I'm confident Durnan will replace Morris OK, think he'll be missed more in the dressing room.  Beadling will go down as one of the best bits of business in the window. 

Long ridge is far far superior on the wing than up front.

He’s never a striker but he can beat a man with ease on the wing.

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Might have a go when more teams have enough players to fulfill a single league fixture. We'd be pretty good at a Championship 7s the now. 

Come to think of it that might be a better idea than the league cup group stages. 7s tourney to be played in Rothesay or Reykjavik.

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Like others have said far to early to start predicting.

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1. Partick Thistle

2. Ross County

3. Dundee United

4. Inverness

5. Dunfermline

6. Falkirk 

7. Morton 

8. Ayr

9. Queen of the South 

10. Alloa

Not enitrely sure on our position yet with a couple of key sigings still required before any Ayr fan could realistically say where they think we'll finish IMO, i expect it to be somewhere between 6-9th though.

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