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31 minutes ago, Parklife said:

It was. Abada was offside and interfering with an opponent. 

I do appreciate your just trolling though, so fuck knows why I'm fucking replying. 

Not trolling Parkie. From memory, McRorie was playing them on. Maybe I’ve got that wrong but it’s how I remember it. Have a pleasant day.

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1 minute ago, thurso said:

I’d say it was more 90% woods 10% Ramsay’s fault. If Ramsay went for that ball bring right footed facing his own goal he would of been more liable to score an own goal. Woods should of came for the ball it was a floated ball inside the 6 yard box not as if he didn’t have time to see it. 
 

I could be wrong but their third goal was the same as one of the ones that var ruled for offside during the Man Utd game so shouldn’t of been given last night 

I thought the same and that VAR decision - I guess it comes down to whether the block altered the outcome - getting the rub of the green against the arse cheeks is never a high percentage play but I wouldn't say it was clear cut though I strongly suspect that it would go the other way if the players swapped jerseys 

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9 minutes ago, Crossbow said:

I thought the same and that VAR decision - I guess it comes down to whether the block altered the outcome - getting the rub of the green against the arse cheeks is never a high percentage play but I wouldn't say it was clear cut though I strongly suspect that it would go the other way if the players swapped jerseys 

I suspect even with var it wouldn’t of been overturned against those two but Iv seen two incidents like that where goals were scored and var overturned the goals in England 

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20 minutes ago, thurso said:

😂😂. What’s that got to do with anything 

Haha everything!!

When we first started butting heads on Ramsay it was because you thought he should have been in the Scotland squad

I didn't, mainly because he couldn't perform for a full 90 mins

He still can't and this is months down the line

So, I was and am right

Agreed?

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1 hour ago, Poodler said:

Would you rather it wasn’t a goal and rangers were top? 

I’d rather it wasn’t a goal and a chance we could of got the draw or even won and being only 3 points of 4th with a game in hand. 
 

Personally I don’t give a fuck who’s top if we’re miles away but that’s just me I suppose 

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3 minutes ago, Millertime said:

Haha everything!!

When we first started butting heads on Ramsay it was because you thought he should have been in the Scotland squad

I didn't, mainly because he couldn't perform for a full 90 mins

He still can't and this is months down the line

So, I was and am right

Agreed?

😂 when we first butted heads on this I said ramsay should be in the squad instead of Patterson because Ramsay was playing every week Patterson wasn’t (still isn’t). 
 

Now as I said I didn’t see last nights game did ramsay get subbed because he was tired or because he wasn’t playing well 

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6 minutes ago, thurso said:

😂 when we first butted heads on this I said ramsay should be in the squad instead of Patterson because Ramsay was playing every week Patterson wasn’t (still isn’t). 
 

Now as I said I didn’t see last nights game did ramsay get subbed because he was tired or because he wasn’t playing well 

He got subbed for tactical reasons but mainly being that he was getting the run around.

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The arguments for more time are wearing a bit thin now.

They don't seem to be based on anything other than blind faith which I would suggest is the absolute worst reason to give someone more time.

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3 minutes ago, RUL said:

He got subbed for tactical reasons but mainly being that he was getting the run around.

It was both eh?

Changed to a back four but as the only right back in the squad getting hooked so the centre back can move out there isnt a great advert for your first half performance.

The boy is in a poor run of form.  Folk just need to accept it. Pretending he's playing well when he isnt wont help him or team.

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1 hour ago, don corleone said:

No. I'd rather it wasn't a goal and we hadn't lost. 

So you’d rather the Huns were top

 

Hes shown his true colours 

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4 minutes ago, Poodler said:

So you’d rather the Huns were top

 

Hes shown his true colours 

😂🤣😂 you are fucking pathetic. 

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4 hours ago, Andy_123 said:

For him, he wasn't too bad. Only 1 contentious decision and didn't completely destroy the game like he usually does.

That particularly contentious decision cost us a well deserved point

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I think Glass is due credit for the tactical and personnel changes at half time.

Shame the players never turned up 2nd half and Collum helped Celtic back in front 

We looked favourites to win it at 2-2 but never got the chance from the officials

Again.

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3 hours ago, Broken_Glass said:

I would suggest your opinion is wrong. That squad is more than decent enough to be 3rd - easily. 

 

Glass has played woefully bad football and clueless with it. Everyone know how Celtic would start last night - Glass didn't. I keep going back to his "high pressing" full backs. Took him over 10 games to realise that it didn't work and a simple diagonal ball over the top split and exposed our centre half's. Every bloody time. Glass couldn't see it or refused to, blindly hoping it would come good. Amateur management. 

His persistent shoehorning of Ojo. His dreadful signings, his usual excuses. Out of his depth.

And for those who want to say the second half performance was "superb" lets take a leaf out of our chairman's book and look at the overall stats! Even when some think we were "brilliant and deserving of a point" a proper football team found the extra goal. Something Glass is incapable of delivering.

9th = embarrassing and should be sacked. Cannot believe the apathy amongst our support that there has been no demonstrations yet.

I respect your opinion but feel you are premature with demanding a dismissal, give it a month. Take breath, then make a decision. It’ll be an easy decision in a months time either way. 
Until further notice I’ll give my all to the glass campaign, continues at Motherwell on Saturday.  It’s Groundhog Day, it’s going to be electrifying one way or another. 
COYR 

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2 minutes ago, fine-n-dandy said:

Countless Hearts cunts confidently thought like you

And Hibs. 

The goal posts get shifted by some every week.  Hoping that we'll string a few wins together and they can get back behind the transition season mantra. 

Based on nothing more tangible than blind faith and some moral high ground that you need to give a manager a full season /three transfer windows /more than 40 games before you can decide if he is up to the job or not.  When the rest of the world already realises that he's not and never will be a leader of men. 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, aberdeen1970 said:

And Hibs. 

The goal posts get shifted by some every week.  Hoping that we'll string a few wins together and they can get back behind the transition season mantra. 

Based on nothing more tangible than blind faith and some moral high ground that you need to give a manager a full season /three transfer windows /more than 40 games before you can decide if he is up to the job or not.  When the rest of the world already realises that he's not and never will be a leader of men. 

 

 

He’s probably not far off the 40 games already if he hasn’t already surpassed that tally. He’s had 30 odd league games alone.

Time is not a luxury anyone should be giving him more of

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3 hours ago, Dandyesque said:

I think Glass is due credit for the tactical and personnel changes at half time.

Shame the players never turned up 2nd half and Collum helped Celtic back in front 

We looked favourites to win it at 2-2 but never got the chance from the officials

Again.

As much as Glass is clearly not up to it, I can’t remember a season like this where we’ve been shafted in matches by the inept cunts in black so often.

It’s always easier remembering when you’ve been shafted as opposed to benefitting but I genuinely believe the game changing decisions must be 4 to 1 against us. 

Having a shite manager & shite luck is not a good combination 

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Ramsay is needing dropped. We have had better fortune when he isn’t in the team

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1 hour ago, WesthillWanderersFC said:

As much as Glass is clearly not up to it, I can’t remember a season like this where we’ve been shafted in matches by the inept cunts in black so often.

It’s always easier remembering when you’ve been shafted as opposed to benefitting but I genuinely believe the game changing decisions must be 4 to 1 against us. 

Having a shite manager & shite luck is not a good combination 

Totally agree. We've generally been a bit shite, but never seem to get a break from the officials. Hun bastards.

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2 hours ago, WesthillWanderersFC said:

As much as Glass is clearly not up to it, I can’t remember a season like this where we’ve been shafted in matches by the inept cunts in black so often.

It’s always easier remembering when you’ve been shafted as opposed to benefitting but I genuinely believe the game changing decisions must be 4 to 1 against us. 

Having a shite manager & shite luck is not a good combination 

I know it feels that way sometimes but ask fans of any club and they will say the same. 
fans of small clubs say the decisions favour the big clubs and Celtic and sevco both say the same refs are biased against their respective teams. 
 

Off the top of my head, we gained two points when Jenks blatantly handled it before our rare sighted victory against St J. 
 

Jota’s disallowed goal could easily have been given last night. 
Hayes could have been sent off vs sevco and Kent could have stayed on. 
the penalty could have been retaken. 
 

we also scored several goals early in the season thanks to some clever skullduggery in the box, blocking players etc. 

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3 minutes ago, elephantstone78 said:

I know it feels that way sometimes but ask fans of any club and they will say the same. 
fans of small clubs say the decisions favour the big clubs and Celtic and sevco both say the same refs are biased against their respective teams. 
 

Off the top of my head, we gained two points when Jenks blatantly handled it before our rare sighted victory against St J. 
 

Jota’s disallowed goal could easily have been given last night. 
Hayes could have been sent off vs sevco and Kent could have stayed on. 
the penalty could have been retaken. 
 

we also scored several goals early in the season thanks to some clever skullduggery in the box, blocking players etc. 

Tally up how many penalty decisions have gone against us though, it's almost a weekly event, the Ferguson shoulder tug last week being the most recent.

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1 hour ago, elephantstone78 said:

I know it feels that way sometimes but ask fans of any club and they will say the same. 
fans of small clubs say the decisions favour the big clubs and Celtic and sevco both say the same refs are biased against their respective teams. 
 

Off the top of my head, we gained two points when Jenks blatantly handled it before our rare sighted victory against St J. 
 

Jota’s disallowed goal could easily have been given last night. 
Hayes could have been sent off vs sevco and Kent could have stayed on. 
the penalty could have been retaken. 
 

we also scored several goals early in the season thanks to some clever skullduggery in the box, blocking players etc. 

Aye, that’s all fair 

The bottom line is we’ve been a disorganised shambles in the main 

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7 hours ago, Dandyesque said:

That particularly contentious decision cost us a well deserved point

To be fair, was the Jota goal that got chopped off for offside, actually onside?

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6 minutes ago, Millertime said:

To be fair, was the Jota goal that got chopped off for offside, actually onside?

It was a foul on Ramsay & a possible handball.

But he wasn’t offside.

It was almost as obvious as the Abada offside/interfering with play that the Tim assistant, Alan Mulvanny missed for their winning goal 
 

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Interesting change of tactic from us with the multi ball system, don’t think I’ve seen the match restart so quickly so often 

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5 hours ago, fine-n-dandy said:

Countless Hearts cunts confidently thought like you

Countless hearts cunts should be used to it given their countless relegations. We’re too big to go down, if we were seriously under threat the authorities would just step in and change the rules again to save us… 👀 

 

Repeat a lie often enough….

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1 hour ago, NEM said:

Countless hearts cunts should be used to it given their countless relegations. We’re too big to go down, if we were seriously under threat the authorities would just step in and change the rules again to save us… 👀 

 

Repeat a lie often enough….

We have been steadily & ‘prawcessively’  getting chaperoned into ‘wee diddy club’ status for a few decades now. Started under Milne & Cormack has competently taken the reigns on this & the fans have been ‘trained’ over these decades to accept it as normal, some even protect the concept to the extent of such a defeatist attitude where they defend it. 
 

Acceptance of mediocrity as some kind of great achievement ie. ‘the Mcinnes era’ 

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9 minutes ago, fine-n-dandy said:

We have been steadily & ‘prawcessively’  getting chaperoned into ‘wee diddy club’ status for a few decades now. Started under Milne & Cormack has competently taken the reigns on this & the fans have been ‘trained’ over these decades to accept it as normal, some even protect the concept to the extent of such a defeatist attitude where they defend it. 
 

Acceptance of mediocrity as some kind of great achievement ie. ‘the Mcinnes era’ 

Aye, we should be winning the Champions League every year.  @BHL 

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