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      Pie and Bovril Nostalgia Mobile Phone Cases!   12/09/18

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2 hours ago, JakeSAFC said:

Will big Gerry be playing or will he be too busy feeding the homeless down at his local food bank?

Don't think he lives anywhere near St Ninians.

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Vintage end of season stuff. Incredibly boring. Next. 

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Felt we had more chances than Queens but could not put the ball in the net, not a bad result considering we had a number of injuries to starting players. Onwards to the Elgin game and hopefully a home win to make sure we can at least finish 5th this season. 

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Thought we started brightly, then faded to blandness.

highlights were seeing Gerry head the ball the length of the pitch, and seeing the oldies on the south stand fearing broken bones from the Stirling clearance which hit row ZZ early in the first half.

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Michael Ruth looked impressive in the few touches he managed when he came on.

We looked a bit more menacing in the last 20 minutes with Kurtis Roberts' run the highlight, but once again, the lack of a cutting edge cost us.

How McDonald avoided a booking for that tackle that forced McGrory to come off is a mystery.

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Thought we started brightly, then faded to blandness.
highlights were seeing Gerry head the ball the length of the pitch, and seeing the oldies on the south stand fearing broken bones from the Stirling clearance which hit row ZZ early in the first half.
Or the linesman flagging for offside from a shy?

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20 hours ago, Hampden Diehard said:
On 31/03/2019 at 04:15, dirvy said:
Thought we started brightly, then faded to blandness.
highlights were seeing Gerry head the ball the length of the pitch, and seeing the oldies on the south stand fearing broken bones from the Stirling clearance which hit row ZZ early in the first half.

Or the linesman flagging for offside from a shy?

Probably asleep like the rest of us

The game didn't start until the last 15 minutes when it suddenly became end  to end stuff but neither team  were able to play a decent final ball, Stirling the most guilty when they passed up a two on one. At least 4 of our last 5 games are against teams fighting relegation or going for the title so that will hopefully force us to raise our game 

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On 3/31/2019 at 14:35, Hampden Diehard said:
On 3/31/2019 at 04:15, dirvy said:
Thought we started brightly, then faded to blandness.
highlights were seeing Gerry head the ball the length of the pitch, and seeing the oldies on the south stand fearing broken bones from the Stirling clearance which hit row ZZ early in the first half.

Or the linesman flagging for offside from a shy?

I'm just amazed that there's at least seven people on here who know what a shy is :rolleyes:

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I'm just amazed that there's at least seven people on here who know what a shy is :rolleyes:
Probably more people than know what a stoat-up is.

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