Jump to content

Cfirejkl

Members
  • Content Count

    24
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

2 Neutral

About Cfirejkl

  • Rank
    Jags fan
  • Birthday 01/14/1965

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Array
  • Location
    Array
  • Team
    Array

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. AndyMac wrote: "Due to the solid and stable footing of our club, I truly believe, that given time; Ian McCall and Alan Archibald will build one of the best and most successful Thistle teams that any of us have ever seen. " I echo this somewhat. I think stability is a VITAL quality. We have stability financially now which is a major foundation. McCall and Archibald have had failings but overall they have been individually successful. I trust that good things will come from this partnership - and hopefully keep players that we can build a consistent Starting XI around.
  2. Are Falkirk full time in the third tier?
  3. I appreciate the perspective of the analysis in this post - also the concluding note of optimism! Thank you
  4. While I am not confident we can stay up - I am hopeful. I was saying 8th three weeks back - now I'd gladly take 9th and escape in the play-offs. It's a tough division - but we have better resources than most. The manager did not become a bad manager overnight so I have confidence he can turn us around - I just hope it is this season. We need stability in the team - I thought we might have that after the January transfer window - but once again it seems that despondency has set in.
  5. The only real benefit of this game would be to build confidence. Instead the usual despondency ensues. To compound Alloa pick up a point. In the end if we cannot beat the part timers we simply belong down with the others. I still have hope. After all Hamilton always find a way to avoid the drop against all odds
  6. I agree with “if we are in it, let’s win it” if anything a good performance will build confidence. A loss at home will just compound a terrible home record. Hope it’s a good night out for all those of you attending
  7. Just in from work (I'm 6 hours behind Glasgow) to find a draw. I guess it says a lot that I'm not too disappointed. A draw at home seems good these days - that sums it up. Still think we can get 8th - but it will take a clean sheet and a win at home sometime soon!
  8. On a bit of vacation and just tuned in to find this result I was not over optimistic but certainly had hope. it seems to me like a repeat of last season. Anytime you have a home record as poor as we do, a struggle is going to be on the cards i have faith in the management and that the resources are there for success. However, we have less margin for error than any other team.
  9. I was hoping we would hang on to Kenny 'til the end of the season - but I would imagine he still wants to play and still get on the team sheet. We need the salary space. I wish him well - I've always liked him and admire the dedication at his age.
  10. love the enthusiasm - however I would take a guaranteed 5- 8 and run with it right now. Got to beat the part-timers!
  11. Fantastic data from afk - any idea about the conversion %?
  12. Not to my eyes - but spared Zanatta's blushes.
  13. Thanks for all these stories - a little kindness goes a long way.....
  14. Overall happy. Much more positive than the opposite. Goalkeeping was solid. Optimistic for the remaining games. Agree Celtic were stuck in second gear, but sport s like that.
×