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Best fullback in Scotland, already 

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11 minutes ago, Studebaker-90 said:

Can somebody confirm that he’s an honest NE man?

Are you?

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26 minutes ago, Poodler said:

Best fullback in Scotland, already 

Was'nt good enough for McInnes though.

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15 minutes ago, Studebaker-90 said:

Can somebody confirm that he’s an honest NE man?

Aye. He also clarts his missus in pakora sauce.

 

 

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39 minutes ago, Poodler said:

Best fullback in Scotland, already 

Sound like a hun with the Patterson pish.

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9 minutes ago, dazzy_deff said:

Aye. He also clarts his missus in pakora sauce.

 

 

Bet she’s hot and tastes nice 

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Just now, Joe pike said:

Reminds me of Tierney at the same stage.

Was tierney in the Celtic team at 17.

Seen on the BBC web sight someone asking how do we get him and Paterson in the Scotland team that’s easy we don’t need Paterson 

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7 minutes ago, Mr Brightside said:

Great talent. Both he and Mackenzie are looking good for the future.

None of them would be playing under McInnes.

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7 minutes ago, Joe pike said:

Reminds me of Tierney at the same stage.

He really does.  Effortless going forward.

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Get him signed up long term.  1 good season could reap huge rewards.   Fantastic player at such a young age. 

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17 minutes ago, Joe pike said:

None of them would be playing under McInnes.

 

4 minutes ago, Millertime said:

Be quiet

Does that upset you like?

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Aye he's going to make us a fair few quid. 

 

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Looks a stick on to make it barring serious injury. 

In his very first game under Glass last season he killed a kick out from Lewis stone dead the cut inside before playing a bonny pass all in three touches. I thought you'll do for me son. 

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1 hour ago, Joe pike said:

Was'nt good enough for McInnes though.

To be fair, he's only just turned 18. He's potentially just matured physically enough very recently. He hadn't finished a full 90 minutes of first team action until today

For me, he was contender for MOTM, although I though Johnny Hayes just shaded it, but a very good performance.

Interesting to see both he and Gurr ended up playing on the right together with Gurr more advanced. Its a big season for Ramsay

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1 hour ago, Singapore Steve said:

Get him signed up long term.  1 good season could reap huge rewards.   Fantastic player at such a young age. 

He is on both points

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Fantastic talent. 18 Yesterday and has so much ability. He is the best prospect I have seen at Pittodrie in many Years. Certainly already a better player than Scotlands current right back

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41 minutes ago, Studebaker-90 said:

Imagine blaming Mcinnes for not playing a 16 year old regularly 

Mcinnes tried to involve him in europa squad years ago but was only 15 so too young so he knew of this quality’s. But it is bizarre that he was never in or around first team after he was old enough. Not as if we had great options after Logan’s form dipped a few years ago. Same can be said for McKenzie, LB has been a problem position for as long as I can remember and we would play players out of position instead of giving McKenzie a chance. He’s now 22 and would 100% of been released had glass not came in. Who knows what he could of been if he was given a run out 3-4 years ago. 

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55 minutes ago, Studebaker-90 said:

Imagine blaming Mcinnes for not playing a 16 year old regularly 

Look MR 2 accounts you need to learn to read.

I said they still wouldn't be playing under McInnes now.

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Is MacKenzie really as average (or getting less credit) as a few seem to think? Or are some being a little over critical by comparing him to Ramsay who seems to be doing fantastic & a lot better than expected?

Would be a dream if we had to new great FB’s breaking through but chances are we will get one real decent & (hopefully at worst) a reasonable one also. 
 

Willing to give MacKenzie fair time & judgement without comparing him to Ramsay. 
 

Not seeing much of Gurr yet. Surprising after all the raving Glass done about him. No surprise Ramsay keeping him out tbf given what he’s shown so far but can Gurr not play Right mid/wing also? Thought Glass mentioned that. Wonder if he can play LB also to keep MacKenzie on his toes & to definitely prevent need for wasting Hayes back there

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1 hour ago, Studebaker-90 said:

Imagine blaming Mcinnes for not playing a 16 year old regularly 

Fk me. Has it really been two years since Mcinnes got binned? Time flies eh

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Loving that it’s not just a great dead ball delivery he’s got & has shown to have a fantastic foot to put a ball in on run as well. Been so long since we’ve had a player capable of regularly hitting back post area. For all McGinns technique his percentage of beat first man with a corner was truly awful 

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Ramsay has the ability to go very far in this football world. The lad definitely has something about him. Hope we have him tied down on a decent contract. Other teams will be taking notice of him already.

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Contracted to 2024.

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I can see English clubs being interested in Calvin sooner rather than later.

The spin and turn that left Mark Reynolds in a different postcode and the subsequent cross to Ramirez's head was superb.

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