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Does anyone deserve to be dropped after that performance tonight?

The thing is we're set up to play on the break away from home.

 

At home he's struggled to find the right formula when we need to break teams down.

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Does anyone deserve to be dropped after that performance tonight?

Will the same team give the same performance against Livingston. Kilmarnock a point behind Aberdeen can't afford to underperform at home for this game. Great result last night lets get second spot as well.

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Does anyone deserve to be dropped after that performance tonight?

 

Yes, because it's a completely different type of game Livingston at home.

 

Ideally we'd have GMS back to run at them and Cosgrove up front (as May doesn't score).

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Recent home results have been to put it polietly "a tad dissapointing".

 

McInnes has got the team playing well away from home but he needs to find the formula for our home form asap.

 

Would be a hugh come down after last night if we have another Hamilton type result.

 

Feel confident for this one.

 

Would like to see Devlin getting a bit more game time to boost his fitness and confidence.

Not bothered if we don't start Stewart for this one as really not been impressed with him since he came back.

Would be good to see Deano getting some more game time.

Not bothered about GMS starting either. He is a total hit or miss and may be better as a sub if required (he does like his water adventures).

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Let us pump this mob, as the huns will be apt to drop points (hopefully them all) vs Killie.

 

Think the players who won at ibrox have a good shout of starting, although we will obviously (should) be approaching the game differently.

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Be nice to rack up a good lot of goals in this game.

Just to give us a wee cushion over Killie on gd.

 

One loss & a Kille draw could see them back above us.

 

killi got the huns imorn so a good chance for us to widen the gap on killi or close the gap on the huns or widen gap and close the gap.

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Let us pump this mob, as the huns will be apt to drop points (hopefully them all) vs Killie.

 

Think the players who won at ibrox have a good shout of starting, although we will obviously (should) be approaching the game differently.

That would certainly put the shits up them & their arrogance in thinking they have second in the bag.

We win they lose this weekend & we're within two wins (five points) of them.

 

Get that down to 2 by time we play them & we could really really fk them off by doing the cunts again at home post split.

 

That would be sweet as fk.

 

Fairly long shot but that & a Scottish cup final to look forward to would be a dream end to season given how poor we started

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That would certainly put the shits up them & their arrogance in thinking they have second in the bag.

We win they lose this weekend & we're within two wins (five points) of them.

 

Get that down to 2 by time we play them & we could really really fk them off by doing the cunts again at home post split.

 

That would be sweet as fk.

 

Fairly long shot but that & a Scottish cup final to look forward to would be a dream end to season given how poor we started

 

I think we have a good chance to catch them.  Certainly, its more likely we will overhaul them, than it is they will catch ra sellick.

 

Although we can be inconsistent, they know we are better than them, head to head - as we have unquestionably proved - so we have the psychological advantage when we meet them again.

 

"hanging onto second" is not the kind of glory their ageing money-grabbers will aggravate their arthritis for, especially if they lapse into complacency or Gerrard is tempted to experiment in their remaining games.

 

Their league record against top 6 teams is dismal and so they could drop like a stone, post split.

 

Their fans would be absolutely stewing if we overtook them - already you hear them muttering "gerrard will go before 2020" etc.

 

They have a great handicap in that the prime part of their modern fanbase are wankers brought up during their cheating years.  So they are used to constant success, have no patience, arrogantly expect to win everything, do not understand basic football economics and think money grows on trees.

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GMS injured again - we should have sold him in January.

 

Stewart doubtful

 

Cosgrove in for Campbell would be the most likely guess.

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