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    Ross County Home

    This. A no nonsense midfield boss should have been Archie’s absolute priority, instead he ends up scrambling around and signing Ntwambe. That and not signing a right back were his final transfer calamities.
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    Dunfermline away.

    There can be absolutely no defence for such a negative line up away to Dunfermline having played reasonably well in an attacking sense in our previous game. None.
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    Training Ground

    It’s perfectly normal for planning permission to be subject to a number of conditions which have to be cleared to allow final permission to be granted. Public consultations and objections are also the norm.
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    Team rebuilding

    I’m ok with th signing of Scobbie as a short term reaction to the OWare injury. It’s the lad from Dundee and no right back cover that baffles me.
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    Don’t disagree, but there’s also usually nobody to pass forward to....
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    This. 100% this. I just don’t trust Archie signing 4 more players.
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    Ayr at home

    The blanket referring to all concerned fans as knicker wetters is just as bad imo. While yesterday wasn’t the end of the world there is genuine cause for concern. For me it’s still needing 4-5 decent quality signings - not squad fillers - at this stage, more so given Archie’s record of last minute random panic signings. Did we have any signing targets other than Tam O’Ware lined up early in the close season??
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    Team rebuilding

    “Waiting to hear on a couple of quality loans” sounds awfully like the repeated missing out on top targets of the last few years. Looking forward to the usual panic signing jobbers then.....
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    Team rebuilding

    He got praise from 2 out of 2 at my work today. “Good then we signed Foderingham for some reason” was the common theme.
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    Team rebuilding

    All for signing younger lesser known guys with a point to prove, but the spine of the team needs a bit of experience and knowledge of the division. Shug Murray’s influence on the last title winning side is overlooked. Brought a calmness and authority to a side of youngsters. Loved a sending off against Morton, though...
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    Team rebuilding

    No to ATS and then suggest Craigen.... Vigurs has signed for County. Gary warren at ICT has been told to find a new club to cut costs. 33 but could still give a decent season or two.
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    Team rebuilding

    I was on board until shankland. Hes mince. Ill go: 1. ATS 2. Scott Cuthbert 3 Craig Sibbald. Dundee Utd trying to sign him apparently
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    Was there for a week in March 10. Cracking place but try to go in the summer/autumn as it was baltic! We stayed near Millenium Park, which is pretty central and has loads of amazing sculptures and exhibits, open air concerts in the warm months too. Its near the magnificent mile (shopping for the good lady) and Navy Pier which is touristy but good fun. Other things to do: Blues clubs - Buddy Guys Legends has live blues every night, was brilliant. Bit of a dodgy area though so get a cab. Gangster Tour - we booked a gangster tour via the hotel, sounds cheesy but gives you a good bit of the history and takes you round the city, the 2 guys that did it were hilarious too. Sears/Willis Tower - go on to the Skydeck - 2 glass boxes that jut out of the building on the 100-something floor. Shat myself. River cruises - another good way to see the city & some of the history. Take in the ice hockey, Bulls or Bear, easy to look up/book in advance in Ticketmaster. Lots of museums and a good aquarium too. Go to Giordanos for an original chicago deep pan pizza. We got a small between 2 and couldn't finish it. Thats why so many americans are fat. Enjoy!
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    Just In...

    Agreed re Balatoni, thought he was excellent against a tricky opponent in Tade, and composed on the ball. I'd have him back next season in a heartbeat. Tommy Stewart reminds me a bit of the super swede himself, Mr Lindau. Doesn't seem to be doing that much then pops up with a great finish. Same as Dundee, and his lob against Morton. Would like to keep him, but with another striker too. Wishful thinking. And David Rowson - most fitting last kick of the season we'll ever see, with a genuinely touching moment when he was mobbed by his teammates, which carried on to the reception the team got at the end. Resigning him must be a top priority.
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    For Those Of You Who Were There Today...

    12. Too busy letching at the wee burd on her hen do?