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  1. As soon as the fixtures came out, we should have known that there was a fair chance we would be playing in those conditions. When I got there today and seen the conditions, I knew we would lose because we have no fight about us. We had the bulk of the second half but Arbroath still pressed us hard and tried to get forward, unlike us in the first. Fox booting the ball out of the park from about six consecutive goal kicks was just embarrassing
  2. I could be wrong but I think a couple of years back Thorsten Stuckmann was in January and we released him when his contract expired on New Years Day
  3. I was wondering that too as Archie said in his pre-match preview that the return of Jones had allowed Miller to drop deeper and link play. I don’t feel that he is very effective at it though and is better up top, he had a decent goal return at the start
  4. Whilst I don’t disagree, Jamie McDonald was absolutely outstanding today. No idea why he is playing at this level
  5. He was excellent yesterday. Unusual because he is normally very poor. Was impressed by the fat he kept his cards in his pocket and let the game flow as best as possible in difficult conditions
  6. Agreed, Ridgers was excellent yesterday, made a string of very good saves. He and Cole were having something of a personal battle. Thought we were excellent yesterday. Strange after getting the same ref in consecutive weeks against Cuikie and the Pars, we then had MacLean last week and this week
  7. Absolutely terrible after a bright opening 10 minutes. If Robson was one of Falkirk’a better players, no wonder they went down. Jones (to be fair coming back from a long lay-off) looks like a guy who has won a competition to play and Saunders and McGinty are atrocious
  8. Agree entirely, he looks a decent no nonsense centre half. Any idea what has happened to him - I thought the half time sub against Penicuik was tactical but he has not been in the squad since then, so presumably injured? (Although nobody has said). I thought the back 3 of McGinty, O’Ware and Hall against Morton is the most solid we have looked
  9. Despite our terrible performance today, surely the most embarrassing moment was the Dunfermline player - at 5-1 up, against 10 men, most of whom are duds - ran the ball into the corner to waste time!
  10. What a complete idiot O’Ware is there. The mistake is bad enough but just let the guy get the shot away as we have 85 minutes to get back into it. The rest of them are so utterly gutless. McCall should take them all a trip to the job centre on Monday to show them where they will be headed in June. A number of these guys are headed for the real world soon Nisbet was a bit like Shankland at Aberdeen, he had to move on and establish himself. Looks a good player now but not up against much
  11. Aside from the comments on Thistle, there were two injuries, 3 subs (I think) and a huge amount of time wasted and the ref added the usual three minutes - infuriates me! Not that we would have scored with more time mind you
  12. Boring draw but suppose it will probably be on the TV and a good gate so some money to clear out the dross - Celtic really helping in that respect this year! The type of game that players should want to play in - the worst offenders from yesterday who couldn’t be bothered against Penicuik should be sat in the stand
  13. If I remember right, he was booked for protesting the stonewall penalty Madden never gave us
  14. I would have accepted a hard fought win today but it was the attitude that just infuriates me - these players have not earned the arrogance to think they can roll over anyone Our total lack of commitment and professionalism was demonstrated late on when Williamson was put through and was offside. At that stage you should be professional and let the ball run out or give it a nudge the wrong way. He petulantly hit it into the box anyway straight into the keepers arms who took the free kick quickly whilst Williamson was out of position. Btw, well done to Penicuik today - they could have folded after losing an early goal and then a calamity moment from the keeper but they kept at it
  15. Job done but that was beyond awful. Zanatta diving about and then spent more time worrying about his hair being out of place