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  1. Certainly doesn't reflect well on the discipline and professionalism of the players involved, which ultimately reflects poorly on the club as a whole. Going out on the piss in the midst of a pandemic, and following a meek performance in the first game of the season, makes them look like a bunch of amateurs frankly.
  2. Don't feel confident for this one at all despite their struggles Hearts 2 AFC 1
  3. As amusing as it undoubtedly is to see them struggling, I still expect they'll beat us on the 29th.
  4. It's amazing that McInnes again sets out his team at home to Celtic that gives their centre half's the freedom to waltz up and down the pitch unchallenged. Other teams seem capable of tactics that don't allow them to do this but it is beyond the wit of McInnes to work out how. Another gutless shambles of a performance.
  5. Wouldn't be feeling optimistic for this match even if Hearts hadn't won yesterday and we had our full compliment of midfielders available. They'll be well up for it and will attack from the off, whereas we'll try to play it cagey and won't change things until it is too late and the game is already lost. A positive start to the week as you can tell
  6. Utter garbage - our play is painfully lacking in imagination and creativity.
  7. Would imagine McInnes will go with the following lineup: Lewis Logan Leigh Devlin Considine Ojo Ferguson Bryson McGinn Hedges Cosgrove Subs: Cerny, Vyner, Campbell, Gallagher, McLennan, Wilson, Main 2-1 win
  8. Fuck knows what our lineup will/should be, given the last few matches and the players who will be missing, particularly in midfield. We just look vulnerable and disorganised defensively, always look capable of conceding. Have to try and step up the intensity and aggression. A defeat would be a very bad sign of the season we are going to have ahead.
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