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Friday Night Football - Ayr United v Dundee United (2nd v 3rd)

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Calum Booth is a shocking excuse for a full back.

Give me Harvie and Smith every day of the week, no wonder DU are so desperate to get Smith.

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Thoroughly enjoyed that last night, we needed a performance after last week and we got one, ‘excellent from every Ayr player, defence coped well second half. Won the midfield battle all night and Moff and Moore were very good. 

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7 hours ago, UpInTheAyr said:

Just watched it back,  it was  pretty near.

About as near as the one we had cleared off the line five minutes earlier. Did give me palpitations at the time though!

 

Should add that it was a disgrace they were allowed to take the corner well after the final whistle should have blown.

Edited by Iain

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I’m not saying we didn’t play very badly, but I’m not going to use that as a yardstick for what we can potentially do for the rest of the season. The conditions were absolutely woeful (Not taking anything away from Ayr who handled them much better) and the team is still knitting together. I really think we need to get away from 4-2-3-1 however.Nesbitt was our best creative outlet for his ten minutes on the pitch and Aird has more assists than the rest of the team combined this season despite not playing the last few games. That’s the best way to use a target man like Safranko, fire balls into him from wide. Pav also makes runs and grafts hard enough to allow us to play him with a natural finisher like Clark, he should be starting the two of the up top in the league.

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14 minutes ago, dregs 83 said:

I’m not saying we didn’t play very badly, but I’m not going to use that as a yardstick for what we can potentially do for the rest of the season. The conditions were absolutely woeful (Not taking anything away from Ayr who handled them much better) and the team is still knitting together. I really think we need to get away from 4-2-3-1 however.Nesbitt was our best creative outlet for his ten minutes on the pitch and Aird has more assists than the rest of the team combined this season despite not playing the last few games. That’s the best way to use a target man like Safranko, fire balls into him from wide. Pav also makes runs and grafts hard enough to allow us to play him with a natural finisher like Clark, he should be starting the two of the up top in the league.

That's the most competitive you've been against us this season by a long chalk, still don't think you're good enough to win the league but you never know, County and ourselves have been profligate with the points in recent weeks, if one or other gets their shit together they'll stride away from you, if not then you've a chance.

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14 minutes ago, dregs 83 said:

Nesbitt was our best creative outlet for his ten minutes on the pitch...

Was he the one with the man bun?

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Only saw the last 15minutes last night, but well done Ayr and it seems like you deserved it.

Given the place and the date, nice comment from the BT Sport commentator at the end - “A win’s a win for a’ that”.  Class.

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Just now, Rudolph Hucker said:

Only saw the last 15minutes last night, but well done Ayr and it seems like you deserved it.

Given the place and the date, nice comment from the BT Sport commentator at the end - “A win’s a win for a’ that”.  Class.

Never lost at San Somerset on Burns Night.

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10 minutes ago, ayrmad said:

Never lost at San Somerset on Burns Night.

WIn this and create an Immortal Memory.......

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Just now, HopeStreetPieStall said:

Which version of "doing a Livi" are you hoping for, though? 

I'm looking to surpass last seasons version and Lachlan pays his bills.

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On 22/01/2019 at 22:09, frankthetank22 said:

Comfortable home win 

 

On 22/01/2019 at 22:19, THEHonestman1910 said:

I'll have what he's snorting 

 

On 23/01/2019 at 00:07, UpInTheAyr said:

 

On 23/01/2019 at 06:05, North Terrace Gazza said:

 


We don’t do comfortable Home wins anymore

 

I hope you're right UpInTheAyr, I'll take any kind of win for County today. Hopefully we can win a comfortably as you guys did last night. Well done though and thanks your win got my weekend coupon off to a good start.

Edited by frankthetank22

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Dundee United just didn't look up for it last night. Could draw comparisons to us last Saturday. Looked like they expected to just turn up and win. Thought when Moore scored early doors then we had a decent chance not long after that they would be spurred into action and we'd have a game on our hands.

The weather didn't really factor into it either. Thought we struggle going into the wind second half but didn't seem to phase us and DU didn't seem to capitalise on the advantage. Very little fight about them and wouldn't be surprised to see a gap building up between them and the top.IMG_20190125_230612.jpg

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