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Francesc Fabregas

Stenhousemuir -vs- Cowdenbeath

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We are sleepwalking into the Lowland League. Surely we can change something. Brechin will leapfrog us by beating us in the 2 games against them, never mind the other games!

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We looked good. Or, alternatively, Cowdenbeath looked bad. Either way, we won’t get relegated, but Cowdenbeath might.

Some good performances tonight and some nice football. Still don’t score enough but at least we can start looking forward to next season and some sort of normality.

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27 minutes ago, iateallthepies said:

Time to send for Jordyn Sheerin.

Player manager of course 🙂

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Not a single shot on target in a game we needed to win. How do we expect to score? If the manager isn't changed the results in the next few games won't change either. We need a new manager's honeymoon period bounce.

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Enjoyed that tonight. I thought we deserved the win but, as beaver1 says, it was hard to tell if Stenhousemuir were good or Cowdenbeath were just poor. Other than one shot midway through the second half that Paddy Martin saved with his legs, we were largely untroubled and were able to cruise through the game, playing some nice football along the way. Some of the touches in parts were lovely and we really should have added more goals to the chances we created.

I can't fault any Stenhousemuir player this evening. Everyone put in a great shift - Callum Yeats played well down the left and scored a superb header, his first goal in senior football; Alan Docherty looked class up top and linked well with Tam Muir; Botti Biabi was a perpetual menace down the left; Jack Hodge was very good; Jonathan Tiffoney snapped around the pitch; and Ryan Blair put in one of his finest performances for the club, even if his passing and set-pieces were occasionally wayward. It's probably too much for us to get into the top four but you can but dream!

Cowden were not good, Harvey Swann aside. They were second to every ball, easily pushed around and often on the back foot. We're not a great side at the moment but there were times we were made to look very handy.

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4 minutes ago, Francesc Fabregas said:

Enjoyed that tonight. I thought we deserved the win but, as beaver1 says, it was hard to tell if Stenhousemuir were good or Cowdenbeath were just poor. Other than one shot midway through the second half that Paddy Martin saved with his legs, we were largely untroubled and were able to cruise through the game, playing some nice football along the way. Some of the touches in parts were lovely and we really should have added more goals to the chances we created.

I can't fault any Stenhousemuir player this evening. Everyone put in a great shift - Callum Yeats played well down the left and scored a superb header, his first goal in senior football; Alan Docherty looked class up top and linked well with Tam Muir; Botti Biabi was a perpetual menace down the left; Jack Hodge was very good; Jonathan Tiffoney snapped around the pitch; and Ryan Blair put in one of his finest performances for the club, even if his passing and set-pieces were occasionally wayward. It's probably too much for us to get into the top four but you can but dream!

Cowden were not good, Harvey Swann aside. They were second to every ball, easily pushed around and often on the back foot. We're not a great side at the moment but there were times we were made to look very handy.

Sad to say we are currently the worst side in the league by some margin and it’s worrying.

 

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New camera position has improved the viewing, still not great but better than it was.

Cowdenbeath look in a world of trouble and as such hard to say how good we were although we had some nice touches.  As others have said when we are dominating matches like that we need to score more. Docherty looks good but the highlight for me was Hodges run in the second half. Probably should have passed when he was in the box but it would have been a sensational goal had he scored.

QP will be an interesting test on Saturday.

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I think the new camera angle is excellent. You can actually see the pattern of play.

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