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Will miss this match a lot with no fans being allowed, always a favourite for the away support over the years.

 

Cosgrove should be back for this, does anyone know if kennedy is back as well?

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McInnes did say he(Kennedy) would be back after the International break.Missed him IMO

Edited by Laichomoray

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I'm keen to see us with Cosgrove in this team.

Watkins and Hedges in behind.

Harsh on Scott Wright but he'll get other chances.

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Can’t see McInnes starting with Cosgrove. Last game out, Watkins scored one and set up the winner. Only change would be Kennedy for McGinn. Think Leigh will have to wait as well. 

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Genuinely amazed McGinn hasn't had his contract ripped up after that last terror of a performance 

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13 hours ago, Laichomoray said:

McInnes did say he(Kennedy) would be back after the International break.Missed him IMO

When's Kennedy back?

 

@Millertime

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Cosgrove will start on the bench if he's fit. Watkins is finding form and scoring goals. 

                                   Lewis

               Hoban Considine/Taylor Leigh

Kennedy                                                         Hayes 

                 Mcrrorie       Wright          Ferguson

                                      Hedges

                                     Watkins

 

Maybe not that formation, but those 11. 

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Considine as last man? I hope we plan to defend on the six yard line any games where that is the case.

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1 minute ago, Tord31 said:

Considine as last man? I hope we plan to defend on the six yard line any games where that is the case.

Far better option than Taylor

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First game at Tannadice in 4 years or so.... what a sesh this would have been. Absolutely club shaming disgraceful scenes in the bars and shed I am sure. Gutted

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What was that bar again the Clep maybe? Utter carnage in there.

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3 hours ago, NEM said:

Far better option than Taylor

Taylor is a better option for middle of the back three in any match we are holding a high line.

If it's Consi he can be exposed easily by a diagonal long ball to the position of whichever centre back has stepped out.

 

I've always thought Hoban would be the defender in the middle but he's doing such a sterling job on the right side 

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1 hour ago, Fridge said:

What was that bar again the Clep maybe? Utter carnage in there.

Clep was a decent, auld mannie style bar. Like the Grill.

The carnage een was further along Clepington Road. Far the gypes went.
Ambassador maybe?

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1 hour ago, Tord31 said:

Taylor is a better option for middle of the back three in any match we are holding a high line.

If it's Consi he can be exposed easily by a diagonal long ball to the position of whichever centre back has stepped out.

 

I've always thought Hoban would be the defender in the middle but he's doing such a sterling job on the right side 

You want the ones that play on the right & left of a back 3 to be comfortable if they’re taken out wider to the full back position.

Both Hoban & Considine are used to that.

Taylor definitely isn’t.

In an ideal world you want the middle one of the three to be comfortable coming into midfield (someone like McCrorie or Hoban)

Again, Taylor can’t do that 

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58 minutes ago, muttonhumper said:

Clep was a decent, auld mannie style bar. Like the Grill.

The carnage een was further along Clepington Road. Far the gypes went.
Ambassador maybe?

Upstairs in the Centenary was it not? Used to just buy cases of beers for under the table and it was a free for all until 5 mins before kick off. 

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Centenary... think it did rename to Ambassador though. 

Was complete carnage in there. Was a laugh at first but got to the stage folk were only going there to rip pictures off the wall and break lights. Or maybe I just got old... 

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Yeah Centenary, ironic thing is I almost got nicked for doing absolutely  fuck all. Was sitting downstairs and the copper had a go at me when there were folk going nuts upstairs after pummelling cans. His boss told him to wise up.

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1 hour ago, muttonhumper said:

Clep was a decent, auld mannie style bar. Like the Grill.

The carnage een was further along Clepington Road. Far the gypes went.
Ambassador maybe?

Was there not a bar called Whyte’s? 
Near the ground. 

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27 minutes ago, Quagmire said:

Upstairs in the Centenary was it not? Used to just buy cases of beers for under the table and it was a free for all until 5 mins before kick off. 

Should have sat downstairs with the DAB's, pikey behaviour. 

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Clep was our regular pub for Tannadice. Some great times there. Good staff and locals. Thank fuck we never went to those places up the road when Aberdeen fans were making cunts of themselves every time. 

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21 hours ago, Fridge said:

What was that bar again the Clep maybe? Utter carnage in there.

Centurion always got fucking destroyed. The boy didn’t care, he charged 60 quid for crates of bud to be handed out. 

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On 10/7/2020 at 4:52 PM, Fridge said:

Yeah Centenary, ironic thing is I almost got nicked for doing absolutely  fuck all. Was sitting downstairs and the copper had a go at me when there were folk going nuts upstairs after pummelling cans. His boss told him to wise up.

In the nicest possible way, Fridge, you sound like a fucking jinx at times!

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I was in the Centenary bar when Simpson walked in before a cup game against Dundee. The place went nuts.

Also remember a game when someone walked out with a sink.

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Hopefully McGinns goal for NI will give his season a boost and we reap the rewards.

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9 hours ago, super_al said:

I was in the Centenary bar when Simpson walked in before a cup game against Dundee. The place went nuts.

Couldn't have been as good as the Irish Bar in Berlin when Simmie joined the party

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Mods, please correct title spelling: it's "Dumbdee".

 

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Ouch sore one for yiniteh. Mellon seems a decent guy and from what ive seen tries to play the right way. They must be fucking shite tho if peterheid are beating them on their own patch even without Shankland. 

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