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Two pages in and already a car crash.  I think I’ll just wait and see what happens.

ETA now on to page 3.  I will avoid obvious page 3 references.

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13 hours ago, Superhursy7 said:

We have had a wobble and are still well in this race I'm quite happy to just float under the radar here and let Ross County and Dundee United think it's about them, for all the money you guys have and spent one thing you don't have is the best player in the league in shankland (queue QOTS fans invading this thread and crying about Dobbie) if we win this and I think we will it will be one of the greatest stories in Scottish football history.

You spelt Pawlett wrong.

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2 minutes ago, ArabianKnight said:

Greenied just to get you to the 5k mark. 

Greenied as well  to annoy all  the OCD posters.

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1 minute ago, Granny Danger said:

Two pages in and already a car crash.  I think I’ll just wait and see what happens.

ETA now on to page 3.  I will avoid obvious page 3 references.

Good idea dont want to look like a tit.

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2 hours ago, frankthetank22 said:

Alloa over-rated, if it wasn't for a crazy error of judgement where Parry came charging out of his goal, gifting a penalty, Ayr could easily have drawn last weekend. 

I was intimating that DUFC would still be here next season under the stewardship of Goodwin.

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You spelt Pawlett wrong.

Tbh I’d forgotten Peter Pawlett actually existed until he signed last week.

Just shows how great a career he’s had prior to now.

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If we managed to win the league somehow the seeth on here would make for splendid reading.

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15 minutes ago, rb123! said:

If we managed to win the league somehow the seeth on here would make for splendid reading.

 

Seeth from who and why?

 

I know i'd be disappointed that my team hadn't won but I wouldn't, and I don't think anyone I know, would have any seeth towards Ayr United if the won the Championship this season.

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Seeth from who and why?

Probably the fud that started this thread.

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If County don't win it, I really hope Ayr do.

 

ETA: Unless I get really bitter about something in the run-in... its a possibility, I'm a very bitter man.

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If Ayr don't win it then I hope whoever do so then goes on to administration.  

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St Mirren and Hamilton down, Dundee United and Ross County up. No offence to Ayr or their fans, but the less teams from west coast hovels in the top league the better. 

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9 minutes ago, ali_91 said:

St Mirren and Hamilton down, Dundee United and Ross County up. No offence to Ayr or their fans, but the less teams from west coast hovels in the top league the better. 

Come to the coast, breathe some sea air. It might enlighten your teuchter mind. And don't compare Ayr to the aforementioned.

Anyway it's 'fewer', not 'less'.

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1 hour ago, frankthetank22 said:

 

Seeth from who and why?

 

I know i'd be disappointed that my team hadn't won but I wouldn't, and I don't think anyone I know, would have any seeth towards Ayr United if the won the Championship this season.

From the Dundee United fans mainly and definitely the clown who started this thread.

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I think I can safely say without fear of contradiction that no one connected with United gives a toss about Ayr. If we don't win the league then these guys are as good as any to win it. It would be a great achievement, probably  a once in a lifetime moment for most of their fans. 

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2 hours ago, rb123! said:

From the Dundee United fans mainly and definitely the clown who started this thread.

I think Ralphie’s subtle sense of irony has been lost in the tidal wave of seethe and indignation his OP has created.

I reckon he, as well as any other Arab with a pulse, knows that despite yet again having the biggest budget in the league, as well as a transfer window to die for, it is still well within United’s capabilities to royally f**k this up yet again, and that no amount of ironic bravado on P&B will ever change that. I’m sure he has enjoyed all your outrage tbf.

I have always been of the more of an optimistic Arab, (albeit the last few years have done their fucking utmost to change that), and I will say that the 6/7 points we are behind County is not insurmountable. Ayr and County have dropped points all over the shop of late, (as of course have we), but as Robbie so eloquently put it on Sportsound today, the team that gets a winning run going will will the league.

I did not feel before deadline day that we had a squad capable of that; I do now. Next week’s nothing game against St Mirren will be a good run out before the real test comes at Palmerston the following week, and I am hoping that Robbie is working the new lads half to death to get them match fit and playing together.

If this team can gel quickly, I don’t see why we can’t win the league, and I do feel that depth of squad will be a key factor towards the end of the season, which may be Ayr’s undoing

Whatever happens, I’m sure it will be more exciting than last season, with  The Maureen’s having won it by March . 

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I’m fairly certain that if we get more points than anyone else we will win the league.

 

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1 hour ago, Pull My Strings said:

I think I can safely say without fear of contradiction that no one connected with United gives a toss about Ayr. If we don't win the league then these guys are as good as any to win it. It would be a great achievement, probably  a once in a lifetime moment for most of their fans. 

You certainly didn't give a toss about us when you tried to steal Craig Conway away from us, for three shiny buttons

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