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8 minutes ago, afc1903mad said:

Yeah, I do remember 1 bad pass, but otherwise broke up countless of their attacks.

we were solid enough with McCrorie and Bates.

 

worrying thing for me was the players fitness. Samuels off at 60 mins (probably protected)

McGinn on for JET.

They wanted to take Ojo off, but couldn’t as Bates had to go off. Brown had to get the substitution stopped.

Ramsay was done in the last 20 mins as well

Ojo was announced on the tannoy as he was about to go off. Ramsay was giving it his all. An example to a lot of the others.

 

 

 

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Was Ramsay asked to cool his jets today and play more defensively? 

Wasn't as swashbuckling going forward as previous games. Seemed to have the shackles on a wee bit. 

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1 hour ago, WesthillWanderersFC said:

Ramirez needs dropped. He’s (been) shite.

Watkins at 9 & try Hedges & JET behind him maybe, similar to the Watkins, Hedges, cunt triumvirate that looked decent this time last year. 

JET? Seriously? No doubting his level of skill but we are a man down as soon as we step into the field with him in the side. 

He makes an already pedestrian side look a team of walking footballers for the over 60s

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6 minutes ago, aberdeen1970 said:

Was Ramsay asked to cool his jets today and play more defensively? 

Wasn't as swashbuckling going forward as previous games. Seemed to have the shackles on a wee bit. 

No doubt about that at all. Was it Middleton or O’Halloran he was marking?  can’t remember but he kept them quiet anyway 

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Disappointing afternoon but not fully unexpected. Bates looks comfortable the only real positive. 
Not really getting the hate for Mcrorie I think they could do well together. 
 

Ramirez was a waste of a shirt today, fully worse than a man down had 2/3 good opportunities you’d expect to at least get on the end of and make something happen. He had a pitiful dive at one point and I almost felt sorry for him.  He looked out his depth- Efe ambrose must’ve enjoyed playing against him. 

We are completely unbalanced the whole Jet and ojo swapping positions when they felt like it did absolutely nothing. Only width on the right hand side was Ramsay- team expecting an awful lot of him at such a young age. 
 

Samuels the only real threat wouldn’t have minded him swapping wings at times and trying to get inside instead of always outside on the left but credit to him he was lively and always looked to get on the ball. 

Not panicking yet like but we’ve had a fairly easy run of league fixtures and not come up with the goods. 
 


 

 

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2 minutes ago, sooth_stander said:

JET? Seriously? No doubting his level of skill but we are a man down as soon as we step into the field with him in the side. 

He makes an already pedestrian side look a team of walking football for the over 60s

Glass said in the prematch interview that JET was looking a lot fitter in training.

Must have tired him out for the game.

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1 hour ago, aberdeen1970 said:

The attacking options are a real collection of misfits though. 

It’s a sad and sorry state of affairs when we have to turn to 2 x 34 year olds off the bench to retrieve a game. Where’s the teenage attackers on the bench, bursting with energy and ambition, desperate to make a name for themselves?

Whether it’s by accident or design, it’s a shambolic state of affairs that (for whatever reason) we are either not producing them or not giving them a chance 

 

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12 minutes ago, aberdeen1970 said:

Was Ramsay asked to cool his jets today and play more defensively? 

Wasn't as swashbuckling going forward as previous games. Seemed to have the shackles on a wee bit. 

Think it was more having JET down his side making no great effort to help him out defensively. And frequently losing possession in midfield.

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I wanted McInnes out cause it was boring being steady, qualifying for Europe, not laying a glove on the old firm or coming close in cups. 
 

I knew whoever came in next would either be brilliant or a disaster. 
 

I think it is clear which category Glass is going to be in

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38 minutes ago, Roberto said:

I had my first game as assistant manager today up at Sheds. Won 4-2.

I'll celebrate that instead.

Assistant manager 😂

 

Nobody giving St Johnstone any credit today? 

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2 minutes ago, Byrne Baby Byrne said:

I wanted McInnes out cause it was boring being steady, qualifying for Europe, not laying a glove on the old firm or coming close in cups. 
 

I knew whoever came in next would either be brilliant or a disaster. 
 

I think it is clear which category Glass is going to be in

Apart from that season we beat Rangers 3 times, of course.

 

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3 minutes ago, Big Hat Logan said:

Assistant manager 😂

 

Nobody giving St Johnstone any credit today? 

No, they are horrendous. Imagine watching that shite every week. 

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27 minutes ago, REDRODDIE said:


 

Ramirez was a waste of a shirt today, fully worse than a man down had 2/3 good opportunities you’d expect to at least get on the end of and make something happen. He had a pitiful dive at one point and I almost felt sorry for him.  He looked out his depth- Efe ambrose must’ve enjoyed playing against him


 

 

I think we should send his wife back over to America. He hasn’t been the goal scoring threat since she has rocked up at Aberdeen. #ditchthebitch

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1 minute ago, Big Hat Logan said:

Apart from that season we beat Rangers 3 times, of course.

You don’t need to tell me mcinnes did well in the past…. But that was over, so it was time to move on. 
 

Rest of the season is going to be rotten though. Back to brown, mcghee, skovdahl, Patterson levels. 

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2 hours ago, Shinniesta said:

Taking 1 point from 9 against Ross County, Motherwell and St Johnstone scoring only 1 goal in the process (with 2 of the games being at home) whilst also going out of the League Cup against Raith Rovers is shocking. 
 

Glass better sort this out pronto or his position will soon become untenable. This is not a case of being unlucky we are so poor at the back and are powderpuff up front. That is not a good combination for any manager. The lack of balance in the squad is very worrying I honestly can't see where the next win is coming from if I'm being honest. We are producing slow turgid shite.

Perfectly sums it up.

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5 minutes ago, RUL said:

No, they are horrendous. Imagine watching that shite every week. 

Cup double winners, they clearly aren’t shite.

3 minutes ago, Byrne Baby Byrne said:

You don’t need to tell me mcinnes did well in the past…. But that was over, so it was time to move on. 
 

Rest of the season is going to be rotten though. Back to brown, mcghee, skovdahl, Patterson levels. 

Well, I clearly do need to tell you as you were speaking shite.

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20 minutes ago, sooth_stander said:

JET? Seriously? No doubting his level of skill but we are a man down as soon as we step into the field with him in the side. 

He makes an already pedestrian side look a team of walking footballers for the over 60s

What were we expecting? 
he’s been like that (a lazy cunt) his whole career. 

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5 minutes ago, Byrne Baby Byrne said:

You don’t need to tell me mcinnes did well in the past…. But that was over, so it was time to move on. 
 

Rest of the season is going to be rotten though. Back to brown, mcghee, skovdahl, Patterson levels. 

If the Livingston keeper hadn't thrown MacKenzie's shot into the net we would have been bottom 6 already. Sadly I think that's where we are heading.

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55 minutes ago, NEM said:

That’s a fishing expedition too far mate come on 😄

No fishing here, going to join the union bears, application already in, black hoody ordered and learning the ira songbook as we speak. 

Sheep shagging wankers!!

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5 minutes ago, daytripping said:

No fishing here, going to join the union bears, application already in, black hoody ordered and learning the ira songbook as we speak. 

Sheep shagging wankers!!

No luck in your previous fishing trip?

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23 minutes ago, torry_battery_ram said:

If the Livingston keeper hadn't thrown MacKenzie's shot into the net we would have been bottom 6 already. Sadly I think that's where we are heading.

Looking at the run of games coming up, I wouldn't be surprised to see us go into December sitting around 8th - 9th in the league.

We need to start clicking, but the upcoming sequence of matches arent going to be forgiving if we dont get our shit together in the St Mirren game.

 

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30 minutes ago, Big Hat Logan said:

Well, I clearly do need to tell you as you were speaking shite.

Aye but you’re the boy that said I was speaking shite when I suggested dropping Ramirez for this match 😂 how did he play? 

said I was bored of not touching the old form or coming close to doing anything…. Your reference of something 3 seasons ago is hardly relevant 

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44 minutes ago, Big Hat Logan said:

Assistant manager 😂

Without managers / coaches / assistant managers you'd have no grass roots football you ignorant cunt. Got to start somewhere. And I'm making an effort to try.

I'm happy to lend a hand to the community and bring players through.

No wonder cunts want you to get hit by a bus. 

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Scott Brown was a waste of a jersey as well today, not really sure what his role was. So many problems throughout the team. Interesting that Jenks was coming on ahead of Longstaff before Bates got injured.

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Was surprised how patient the crowd were today.

Did'nt hear any booing until the final whistle.

Decent support coming from the Merland as well.

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16 minutes ago, Ke1t said:

Looking at the run of games coming up, I wouldn't be surprised to see us go into December sitting around 8th - 9th in the league.

We need to start clicking, but the upcoming sequence of matches arent going to be forgiving if we dont get our shit together in the St Mirren game.

 

Would be good to return to the days of finishing 9th.

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1 hour ago, sooth_stander said:

It’s a sad and sorry state of affairs when we have to turn to 2 x 34 year olds off the bench to retrieve a game. Where’s the teenage attackers on the bench, bursting with energy and ambition, desperate to make a name for themselves?

Whether it’s by accident or design, it’s a shambolic state of affairs that (for whatever reason) we are either not producing them or not giving them a chance 

 

To clarify, is it a sorry or a shambolic state of affairs right now?

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30 minutes ago, Roberto said:

Without managers / coaches / assistant managers you'd have no grass roots football you ignorant cunt. Got to start somewhere. And I'm making an effort to try.

I'm happy to lend a hand to the community and bring players through.

No wonder cunts want you to get hit by a bus. 

Coached kids for about 5 years, and good assistant coaches are a fucking godsend. 

Top work, sir. 

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