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Playoff Final - Raith v Queens / Queens v Raith

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19 minutes ago, virginton said:

You don't exactly do anything at all tbh. 

Since I’ve been alive I’ve seen Rovers win 2 domestic trophies outwith league championships. 

Morton? Zero. 

Your club is the very definition of a nothing club, regardless of current league standing. 

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Well we’ve managed to fill 3 busses and onto a 4th so should still be a decent Rovers crowd heading down.

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15 minutes ago, Wardy said:

Since I’ve been alive I’ve seen Rovers win 2 domestic trophies outwith league championships. 

Morton? Zero. 

Your club is the very definition of a nothing club, regardless of current league standing. 

The Challenge and Coca Cola Cups. :lol: Next you'll be rolling out Fife Cups and your cycling proficiency certificate as well to completethat list of utterly tinpot 'honours'. 

Come back when you've won the only significant cup competition in Scottish football or when you've stopped getting bodied every week by brickies and fishermen - whichever unlikely event happens sooner. Thanks for playing anyway.

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Going on Saturday with my son , never been to Palmerston before so I am a bit of an anorak for visiting grounds wherever I am. Going in hope as we need a miracle but guess what I just found god !!! ;-)

Your in for a treat. The seagulls are so big they carry children away.

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8 minutes ago, virginton said:

The Challenge and Coca Cola Cups. :lol: Next you'll be rolling out Fife Cups and your cycling proficiency certificate as well to completethat list of utterly tinpot 'honours'. 

Come back when you've won the only significant cup competition in Scottish football or when you've stopped getting bodied every week by brickies and fishermen - whichever unlikely event happens sooner. Thanks for playing anyway.

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Was expecting this response to be honest.

I don’t think you really read my post correctly. Or maybe you never understood it? I think the main word that is significant is “alive”. What’s your memories of Morton’s Scottish cup win? 

 

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3 minutes ago, Wardy said:

Was expecting this response to be honest.

I don’t think you really read my post correctly. Or maybe you never understood it? I think the main word that is significant is “alive”. What’s your memories of Morton’s Scottish cup win? 

 

Probably chugging off over black n white photos of it

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Nothing to lose so give Nisbet proper support  & make this a proper contest.

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...but guess what I just found god !!! ;-)


First time seeing the great man yesterday was it?

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20 minutes ago, virginton said:

The Challenge and Coca Cola Cups. :lol: Next you'll be rolling out Fife Cups and your cycling proficiency certificate as well to completethat list of utterly tinpot 'honours'. 

Come back when you've won the only significant cup competition in Scottish football or when you've stopped getting bodied every week by brickies and fishermen - whichever unlikely event happens sooner. Thanks for playing anyway.

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Where as Morton have been bankrolled for years by the Rae family just to achieve mediocrity.

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Decided I'm definitely heading down on Saturday. It'll be my first time there since witnessing a late John Sutton equaliser just before we sold him.

I don't give us much in the way of a chance but hopefully we still take a decent crowd down, make a bit of racket, and the team at least go down fighting rather than a feeble whimper.

 

 

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It’s hard to tell from the highlights but I was sure at the time that Lyness made a save when Dykes hit the post at 0-3. Absolutely cracking save if so. I’ve been a critic of his but he’s kept us in these play off a few times.


It was a great save, although curiously, within seconds of him making it, someone suggested dropping him in the second leg for McGuff.

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6 hours ago, Hank Scorpio said:

It’s hard to tell from the highlights but I was sure at the time that Lyness made a save when Dykes hit the post at 0-3. Absolutely cracking save if so. I’ve been a critic of his but he’s kept us in these play off a few times.

Agree re Lyness, QOS pressing our short kick outs and lack of options meant has was left but with no option but too hoof it long.

when hoofed long it just came straight back as Nisbet was playing agsinst more physical defenders, or went out for a throw.

 

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The long ball up to nisbet was brutal to watch. The last ten minutes - being more direct, getting crosses into the box, why leave it so late?? Its been evident in the past, and it's just so fucking frustrating!

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The long ball up to nisbet was brutal to watch. The last ten minutes - being more direct, getting crosses into the box, why leave it so late?? Its been evident in the past, and it's just so fucking frustrating!

I thought Raith played some decent stuff up until we scored out first. They certainly lost their way somewhat 2nd half until pretty late on when they looked a threat with balls into the box.

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Since it's been a while since I've been to Dumfries, where is best to park?


Plenty of parking in the Arena which is right next to the ground, but the opposite end of the stadium from the away stand. The Ice-Bowl has parking, but you’ll have to be there early enough and it’s normally full reasonably quick. That’s your best bet, literally 2 minutes from the away stand

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5 hours ago, QoS_Blue1919 said:

 


Plenty of parking in the Arena which is right next to the ground, but the opposite end of the stadium from the away stand. The Ice-Bowl has parking, but you’ll have to be there early enough and it’s normally full reasonably quick. That’s your best bet, literally 2 minutes from the away stand

 

The arena car park will have extra congestion on Saturday due to lorries with equipment for the live bbc coverage... 

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