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Looking forward to our return to action especially at the scene of the gubbing dished out to Berwick. Hopefully a win and a move up the table. The team selection will be interesting but can we afford to change what was a bold and effective team?

 

I see us going one better than last time: QP 8 Cowden 1.

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Back to action for us too, hopefully no Hampden hoodoo!!! If we play like we played against the gers in the second half well take all 3 points !! But will Bolan pick a totally different line up again ?? Will Swann get a start?? 

We have the players to win this  !!! 

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The home game against Cowden was definitely one of the two-points-dropped type and the away fixture possibly our worst gig of the season so the guys should be revved up for a settling. No way will get to seven again so I'll go for 6-0.

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This is a good test for us. QP have been playing well and picking up points lately. If we can win then top four is still on, I do concede it will be tough. I'll go for a 1-2.

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We absolutely rattled Cowden 0-0 at Hampden. Billy Mortimer should have scored about twelve, but he's slotted into his new wing back position very well. 

We're not going down and we're not going up. Just go and play with some freedom and no pressure. We seem to have gone with that philosophy over the past couple of games and it's worked. Any win would be delightful. 

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2 hours ago, Cowden loyal brethern said:

Back to action for us too, hopefully no Hampden hoodoo!!! If we play like we played against the gers in the second half well take all 3 points !! But will Bolan pick a totally different line up again ?? Will Swann get a start?? 

We have the players to win this  !!! 

We can definitely play like we did second half against Sevco, but Bollan has to start picking our best team. Why does he persist with the wrong line up?

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Apart from Berwick, Queens Park as pish as there’s been at San Central.

Away win 

I'd love to argue that we weren't pish, but we were.

 

We'll still win about 8-1 this week though.

 

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Be surprised if Queen Park register their first shot on target against us this season let alone score. Comfortable 0-1 with Marsh scoring early doors for us. 

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Uninformed complacency from a few Cowden fans. Hopefully Bollan will be as blinkered.

9-0 to The QP
.....and then we'll ease off in the second half.

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1 hour ago, williebraveheart said:

I think the weather will be the winner. Horrible forecast.

It had crossed my mind, but it takes really grim stuff to see a game called off at Hampden. The drainage is good and the wind is supposed to die down to gusty in the afternoon. When was the last time we had a postponement at Hampden? It's probably more recent than I think, but just can't remember. 

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57 minutes ago, an86 said:

It had crossed my mind, but it takes really grim stuff to see a game called off at Hampden. The drainage is good and the wind is supposed to die down to gusty in the afternoon. When was the last time we had a postponement at Hampden? It's probably more recent than I think, but just can't remember. 

Cannae mind exactly who it was against but was it not called off due to some pish about the approaches to the stadium being unsafe for punters due to snow and ice?  

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Cannae mind exactly who it was against but was it not called off due to some pish about the approaches to the stadium being unsafe for punters due to snow and ice?  
Correct.

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was there not one called off, because they 'forgot' to put undersoil heating on. Just so happened to be a cup semi a few days later.

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4 hours ago, an86 said:

It had crossed my mind, but it takes really grim stuff to see a game called off at Hampden. The drainage is good and the wind is supposed to die down to gusty in the afternoon. When was the last time we had a postponement at Hampden? It's probably more recent than I think, but just can't remember. 

Wasn't thinking in terms of postponement, more that the weather will totally spoil the game for both teams. Mistakes and dealing with the wind could make it a farce.

 

Yes, there was a postponement due to the heating not being turned on in the dim and distant past.

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