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2 hours ago, gogsy said:

'Mon the Hibs, get into these West Lothian yokels. ;)

MON THE HOOSE!!!! The party’s already started... if anything, we’ll drink the place dry 😎

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'Mon the Hibs, get into these West Lothian yokels.


Any team with that vile H word in their name deserves an absolute fucking pumping. Mon Fauldhoose!

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Copy of yesterday's match report courtesy of the Thornton Hibs website.

Scottish Junior Cup - Third Round


The Hibs are out of the Macron Scottish Junior Cup following a disappointing performance against Fauldhouse who had David O'Donnell to thank for two great strikes that earned the visitors the victory that takes them into the fourth round draw.

It was Thornton who created the first goal-scoring opportunity in the 2nd minute when Daniel McNab's strike from the edge of the box brought out a fine save from Matthew Craig.

O'Donnell opened the scoring in the 20th minute when his well-taken free-kick entered the net low down just inside the post. Craig made another fine save to deny Garry Thomson and followed this up with a brave save at the feet of McNab as Thornton tried to get back into the game.

On the stroke of half-time Fauldhouse had a great opportunity to double their lead when Scott Costello brought down Aiden Ward in the area however Costello atoned for this by saving Aaron Connolly's penalty-kick.

Three minutes into the second-half, Garry Thomson scored his tenth ever goal in the Scottish with a terrific free-kick to level affairs and not long after this, Andy Adam's free-kick was well saved by Craig with Thomson and Shaun Keatings watching in disbelief as their close in efforts were blocked on the line.

O'Donnell's brilliant strike from outside the area in the 83rd minute gave Costello no chance and in doing so it spoiled what was Craig Gilbert's 400th game in charge of the Hibs.

Thornton Hibs: Costello, Ford, Robertson, A.Drummond, Shields, Adam, Keatings, Orrock, B.Anthony, Garry Thomson, McNab. Subs: Ireland, Garry Thomson jnr, D.Anthony, Cooper, Warrender.

Fauldhouse United: Craig, Herriot, Daly, Watson, Brady, Henderson, O'Donnell, Ward, Connolly, Duffy, McCafferty. Subs: Macleod, Dunn, Johnston, Smillie, Wallace.

Referee: Mr J.Curran

Match statistics:
Attempts at goal - TH 14 FU 5
Attempts on target - TH 8 FU 4
Corners - TH 5 FU 5
Offside - TH 1 FU 6
Fouls committed - TH 18 FU 12
Yellow Cards - TH 7 FU 4
Red Cards - TH 0 FU 0

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Copy of yesterday's match report courtesy of the Thornton Hibs website.

Scottish Junior Cup - Third Round


The Hibs are out of the Macron Scottish Junior Cup following a disappointing performance against Fauldhouse who had David O'Donnell to thank for two great strikes that earned the visitors the victory that takes them into the fourth round draw.
It was Thornton who created the first goal-scoring opportunity in the 2nd minute when Daniel McNab's strike from the edge of the box brought out a fine save from Matthew Craig.
O'Donnell opened the scoring in the 20th minute when his well-taken free-kick entered the net low down just inside the post. Craig made another fine save to deny Garry Thomson and followed this up with a brave save at the feet of McNab as Thornton tried to get back into the game.
On the stroke of half-time Fauldhouse had a great opportunity to double their lead when Scott Costello brought down Aiden Ward in the area however Costello atoned for this by saving Aaron Connolly's penalty-kick.
Three minutes into the second-half, Garry Thomson scored his tenth ever goal in the Scottish with a terrific free-kick to level affairs and not long after this, Andy Adam's free-kick was well saved by Craig with Thomson and Shaun Keatings watching in disbelief as their close in efforts were blocked on the line.
O'Donnell's brilliant strike from outside the area in the 83rd minute gave Costello no chance and in doing so it spoiled what was Craig Gilbert's 400th game in charge of the Hibs.
Thornton Hibs: Costello, Ford, Robertson, A.Drummond, Shields, Adam, Keatings, Orrock, B.Anthony, Garry Thomson, McNab. Subs: Ireland, Garry Thomson jnr, D.Anthony, Cooper, Warrender.
Fauldhouse United: Craig, Herriot, Daly, Watson, Brady, Henderson, O'Donnell, Ward, Connolly, Duffy, McCafferty. Subs: Macleod, Dunn, Johnston, Smillie, Wallace.
Referee: Mr J.Curran
Match statistics:
Attempts at goal - TH 14 FU 5
Attempts on target - TH 8 FU 4
Corners - TH 5 FU 5
Offside - TH 1 FU 6
Fouls committed - TH 18 FU 12
Yellow Cards - TH 7 FU 4
Red Cards - TH 0 FU 0
Superb performance by every player yesterday after missing a penalty and then equalizing early in the second half our heads could have dropped 2 really good goals by dd but matty craig take a bow son he has came on leaps and bounds this year has matured and improved so much some of his saves this season have been exceptional roll on the next round

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5 minutes ago, the sniper said:
13 minutes ago, fu punter said:
Copy of yesterday's match report courtesy of the Thornton Hibs website.

Scottish Junior Cup - Third Round


The Hibs are out of the Macron Scottish Junior Cup following a disappointing performance against Fauldhouse who had David O'Donnell to thank for two great strikes that earned the visitors the victory that takes them into the fourth round draw.
It was Thornton who created the first goal-scoring opportunity in the 2nd minute when Daniel McNab's strike from the edge of the box brought out a fine save from Matthew Craig.
O'Donnell opened the scoring in the 20th minute when his well-taken free-kick entered the net low down just inside the post. Craig made another fine save to deny Garry Thomson and followed this up with a brave save at the feet of McNab as Thornton tried to get back into the game.
On the stroke of half-time Fauldhouse had a great opportunity to double their lead when Scott Costello brought down Aiden Ward in the area however Costello atoned for this by saving Aaron Connolly's penalty-kick.
Three minutes into the second-half, Garry Thomson scored his tenth ever goal in the Scottish with a terrific free-kick to level affairs and not long after this, Andy Adam's free-kick was well saved by Craig with Thomson and Shaun Keatings watching in disbelief as their close in efforts were blocked on the line.
O'Donnell's brilliant strike from outside the area in the 83rd minute gave Costello no chance and in doing so it spoiled what was Craig Gilbert's 400th game in charge of the Hibs.
Thornton Hibs: Costello, Ford, Robertson, A.Drummond, Shields, Adam, Keatings, Orrock, B.Anthony, Garry Thomson, McNab. Subs: Ireland, Garry Thomson jnr, D.Anthony, Cooper, Warrender.
Fauldhouse United: Craig, Herriot, Daly, Watson, Brady, Henderson, O'Donnell, Ward, Connolly, Duffy, McCafferty. Subs: Macleod, Dunn, Johnston, Smillie, Wallace.
Referee: Mr J.Curran
Match statistics:
Attempts at goal - TH 14 FU 5
Attempts on target - TH 8 FU 4
Corners - TH 5 FU 5
Offside - TH 1 FU 6
Fouls committed - TH 18 FU 12
Yellow Cards - TH 7 FU 4
Red Cards - TH 0 FU 0

Superb performance by every player yesterday after missing a penalty and then equalizing early in the second half our heads could have dropped 2 really good goals by dd but matty craig take a bow son he has came on leaps and bounds this year has matured and improved so much some of his saves this season have been exceptional roll on the next round

Totally agree with you.....a truly TEAM performance yesterday against a strong physical team on a very tight park. Great game that could've IMO went any way but a fantastic strike by DD 10 mins from end puts us in the next round. Good hard typically physical junior cup tie yesterday with a good Hoose support in attendance. On to the Dale on Saturday and lets hope the lads put in a similar performance. 4th Round here we come....Go The Hoose!!

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Totally agree with you.....a truly TEAM performance yesterday against a strong physical team on a very tight park. Great game that could've IMO went any way but a fantastic strike by DD 10 mins from end puts us in the next round. Good hard typically physical junior cup tie yesterday with a good Hoose support in attendance. On to the Dale on Saturday and lets hope the lads put in a similar performance. 4th Round here we come....Go The Hoose!!
See you next week :)

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8 hours ago, fufc1946 said:

Boys were excellent on sat got to keep it up this Saturday against the dale hopefully other 3points

Fingers crossed Fufc! Dale here we come! See you behind the goals. GTH!!

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Hard game 2d disappointed not 2get 3points but well done to Armadale boys just need to keep there heads up work hard in training tues & thurs and go again on sat mon the hoose

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SCOTTISH JUNIOR CUP 4TH ROUND DRAW

Bridge of Don v Fauldhouse     Sat 23 Nov 2019 KO 1:45.

Park is part of the new Aberdeen Sports Village which is next to Pittodrie Stadium and also beside Aberdeen East End's park which we have visited a few times on cup business over the years.

Go the Hoose!!

 

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Fauldhouse very poor today. Livingston thoroughly deserved the victory. Livingston wanted it more, first to every ball and pressed the game. Fauldhouse have hit a poor run of results. Clear at the top of the Super league and now sitting 3rd. First 2 goals came from short corners being swung in, Fauldhouse not switched on and Livingston much sharper ! Is this just a blip ? Or is it down to changes in personnel  ? team morale ?    
lots of arguing and bickering going on... It’s like self destruct, form is plummeting ! Let’s get back on track starting next week at Pumphy !!

 

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1 hour ago, fergal said:

the worst team i have ever seen at fauldhouse

You only been watching them for 18 months or so then?

Nonsensical comment.

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A bit of perspective is needed before the armadale game we were top of the league and had just beaten Thornton away in the cup so for anyone the say the players are a shambles is bang out of order the last 2 displays haven't been great but in November we are still joint top and in every cup competition a couple of additions to the squad are needed though that is plain to see

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What a pile of absolute dross. The players are joint top of the league and still in EVERY cup!!! The players are hurting and I know they will react in a positive manner!!!! Got a rough idea who you are fergal absolutely pathetic

if the players dont want to play for the jersey get rid of them because this lot are a complete shambles - no wonder the fans are up in arms they deserve alot better than this 

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Deary me!

Some poor soul’s got an agenda. Yeah the performance on Saturday was pish, I’ve got a lot to say about it myself, but no half as bad as your performance today. Kind of obvious what going on here and it’s rather pathetic ‘fergal’...

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1 hour ago, fergal said:

how have you? dont think i have seen you at any of the games - part time fan no doubt

Master of disguise, I go as someone different every week  - spot me this weekend and I'll give you £50 in used notes

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Fergal u talk some shite 2bad game over last 2weeks and the players and management are bad get a grip and give the some encouragement if not why do u come to the games

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24 minutes ago, fergal said:

join the club jason - i also go undercover every week in the coo shed - nudge nudge wink wink 

Absolute bollocks, you mate are a total charlatan. You’ll not pull the wool over my eyes... now go n find somewhere else to go because you’ve made your point. Can’t work out what you are expecting to happen  from it though 

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join the club jason - i also go undercover every week in the coo shed - nudge nudge wink wink 
All season while we are doing well not a peep of well done lads but as soon as there is a couple of defeats you are on with a massive spoon trying to shit stir whilst making an utter james hunt of yourself do we need to improve on the last 2 games yes but in the main we have the core of a quality team what good does it do for a 'fan' to come on here spouting the shite that you have today

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5 minutes ago, fergal said:

catch up with you the next time in the coo shed spyro lad and you will not even no its me - thank you for the compliments of course 

As long as you’re no hiding behind a keyboard 😘

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