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Saturday 29/02 ?

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All irrelevant as Jaggy pointed out!

With both teams out of the Cup, and neither of the Gruesome Twosome playing Glasgow that day,  surely we could bring forward our fixture against Queen of The South scheduled for Tuesday 03 March?

A Saturday afternoon fixture should suit everyone better!

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I assume you mean Sat 29th but they are playing Morton that day. Full card that day, our game postponed due to ICT progression in the cup

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Perhaps if we can get some games rescheduled for later we may benefit from getting the players playing as a team, and fitness levels getting better for those that appear to be struggling. My feeling is we are going to need all the help / luck we can get to survive this bl00y awful season

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51 minutes ago, lady-isobel-barnett said:

If we were to beat Raith we'll also have to rearrange the Morton fixture. 

I don't think fixtures rescheduled for midweek will help our staying up cause. Probably a hindrance. 

Although the cancellation of the game v ICT does mean, we will be more rested than QOS for the 6 pointer v them on the Tuesday night, so its a bit of swings and roundabouts. And helter skelters.

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6 hours ago, lady-isobel-barnett said:

If we were to beat Raith we'll also have to rearrange the Morton fixture. 

I don't think fixtures rescheduled for midweek will help our staying up cause. Probably a hindrance. 

Normally I would agree a 100%. I did have a vague idea that more games, any games, might give  the 'new' elements of the team more 'real' playing time together.

But ...from being undecided about that, I'm now not so sure ...

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12 hours ago, jaf said:

Although the cancellation of the game v ICT does mean, we will be more rested than QOS for the 6 pointer v them on the Tuesday night, so its a bit of swings and roundabouts. And helter skelters.

Sad, but it's got to the stage that whenever I see "6 pointer" I think "defeat."

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21 hours ago, Jaggernaut said:

whenever I see "6 pointer" I think "defeat."

Why? We're in a relegation battle with three teams immediately above us, Alloa, QOS and Morton. These are the 6 pointer matches. Last time we played Queens, we won. Last time at Alloa, we drew. Last time against Morton, we won. All away from home. We play these teams at Firhill in March, great chance to move up the league.

We should perhaps be thinking what effect the persistent negativity, regardless of the evidence, might have on everyone connected with the club.

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1 hour ago, Sivad said:

Why? We're in a relegation battle with three teams immediately above us, Alloa, QOS and Morton. These are the 6 pointer matches. Last time we played Queens, we won. Last time at Alloa, we drew. Last time against Morton, we won. All away from home. We play these teams at Firhill in March, great chance to move up the league.

We should perhaps be thinking what effect the persistent negativity, regardless of the evidence, might have on everyone connected with the club.

Good counter-post, Sivad, and you are of course right. I'll try to be more optimistic......

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The new date for our away fixture against ICT is 17/3/20. This means we now have 3 games in 6days. Alloa home 14th March, ICT away 17th March and Ayr away 20th March.

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51 minutes ago, Auld Jag said:

The new date for our away fixture against ICT is 17/3/20. This means we now have 3 games in 6days. Alloa home 14th March, ICT away 17th March and Ayr away 20th March.

4 matches in 7 days surely?

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18 minutes ago, Auld Jag said:

Saturday, Tuesday, Friday. 3games in six days.

From the start of the Saturday game to the end of Friday's match, 6 days 5 hours and 50 mins

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54 minutes ago, partickthedog said:

Added time/Fergie time. It is when we score our consolation goals.

Scoring any goals would be a start! 

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Others should check for themselves (rail timetables aren't my specialist subject) but it looks like the last train from Inverness to Glasgow is 20.17 - just 32 minutes into the first half.  Well done SPFL!

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