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My MOTM was Comrie. Major mover and shaker in the BU's first half performance. Without him in the 2nd half we were poor. Yes the weather conditions were crap but we were sloppy and lazy in the 2nd half and sooooo many misplaced passes.

Some very good strikes. Not a night for goalies.

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21 minutes ago, Deanburn Dave said:

My MOTM was Comrie. Major mover and shaker in the BU's first half performance. Without him in the 2nd half we were poor. Yes the weather conditions were crap but we were sloppy and lazy in the 2nd half and sooooo many misplaced passes.

Some very good strikes. Not a night for goalies.

Easy Match report DD. Bet Casey could have got a novel out of tonights game. Then again mibbe naw back of a postage stamp perhaps. 
 

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My MOTM was Comrie. Major mover and shaker in the BU's first half performance. Without him in the 2nd half we were poor. Yes the weather conditions were crap but we were sloppy and lazy in the 2nd half and sooooo many misplaced passes.

Some very good strikes. Not a night for goalies.


Agree re Comrie. Having an excellent season.

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8 hours ago, 8MileBU said:

 


Agree re Comrie. Having an excellent season.

 

I’ll give you that 8 mile. However, what would our best midfield selection be? Given that we are missing Gemmell- incidentally heard last night and according to the surgeon his op was a success - with Morgan, Comrie, Nimmo, Grant plus a fit Gemmell. 

We were very poor in the second half after Grant & Comrie were replaced, the passing was sloppy no one seemed to know what their job was. 

Players in the squad need games and I suppose last night was an ideal opportunity.
 

 

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I’ll give you that 8 mile. However, what would our best midfield selection be? Given that we are missing Gemmell- incidentally heard last night and according to the surgeon his op was a success - with Morgan, Comrie, Nimmo, Grant plus a fit Gemmell. 

We were very poor in the second half after Grant & Comrie were replaced, the passing was sloppy no one seemed to know what their job was. 
Players in the squad need games and I suppose last night was an ideal opportunity.


For me, assuming it’s a 4-3-3, the best midfield selection would be Comrie, Gemmell and Morgan just in front of them.

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Bit of credit to Kieran Anderson last night too, not just for his goals.  Twice in the second half he set up Morgan who missed good chances.  Looked a lot more aware of men around him than he used to.  Once fully fit will be a major asset.

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31 minutes ago, Jambo'ness said:

Bit of credit to Kieran Anderson last night too, not just for his goals.  Twice in the second half he set up Morgan who missed good chances.  Looked a lot more aware of men around him than he used to.  Once fully fit will be a major asset.

The game time with the Juniors clearly helped! Good to see the joined up approach working. Kieran looked very good last night.

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That's good news. Avoid a mudfest in Tranent when conditions would have made it a lottery. Also it's another week for Gemmell to recover. Another game for HoBs and Broxburn to squeeze in to a midweek.

All good news.

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From Twitter. The BU played Berwick Rangers in a closed door friendly. In "a keenly contested game" the BU's won 3-1. Mackenzie got 2 goals and Keast 1.

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From Twitter. The BU played Berwick Rangers in a closed door friendly. In "a keenly contested game" the BU's won 3-1. Mackenzie got 2 goals and Keast 1.


All arranged at short notice apparently and hence being closed-doors, though I’m sure most of us would have taken the opportunity to pay at the gate otherwise.

Interestingly, I was also advised that when friendlies are closed-door, it also means referees don’t have to process any cautions that might be given, which I don’t think I knew.

Every day’s a school day.

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