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7 hours ago, lady-isobel-barnett said:

Most certainly not. Your league record Six Wins, Two Draws & Zero Losses speaks for itself. You clearly got the whole squad and management properly focussed. :thumbsup2:

Thank you...keeps hat in ring

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Last team talk of season at Montrose. "Great run since we restarted guys, a few players missing tonight, but this is a chance for any1 who's contract is up, or, who wants to play themselves into my plans for next season. So, go out and give it ur all, lets finish the season with a win, go out and enjoy the game." Nothing else needed, so sends them out to enjoy the last game of season.

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18 minutes ago, Jimmy McD said:

Is it to early to ask who you mite bring in for next season in the championship??

That boy Messi could do us a job.

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3 hours ago, Big Wull said:

Last team talk of season at Montrose. "Great run since we restarted guys, a few players missing tonight, but this is a chance for any1 who's contract is up, or, who wants to play themselves into my plans for next season. So, go out and give it ur all, lets finish the season with a win, go out and enjoy the game." Nothing else needed, so sends them out to enjoy the last game of season.

That's right up there with Churchill's greatest inspirational speeches!

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32 minutes ago, Jimmy McD said:

Is it to early to ask who you mite bring in for next season in the championship??

Just a bit early. Look at jackie mcnamaras team....young/very fit/run all day. Not like some of the treacle sponges we have had in previous years (ie caldwells signings)

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47 minutes ago, Garscube Road End 2 said:

But can he do on wet Tuesday night up at Arbroath?

I think we would be daft not to give him the chance to show what he can do in a Jags top.

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1 minute ago, Dick Dastardly said:

I think we would be daft not to give him the chance to show what he can do in a Jags top.

Nah! He's overrated. Better off bringing Storey and Sammon back.

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1 hour ago, Dick Dastardly said:

That boy Messi could do us a job.

Past it, surely, and then there's the cloud of tax matters hanging over him. Surely we should do what so many Scottish employers have done and go for the hard work and commitment you get out of a Polish worker. What's that Lewandowski up to just now? :)

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keep this under yer hat BW, but I heard the directors talking about you in less than complimentary terms tonight ... words like “he has our full support” were overheard 

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9 hours ago, gianlucatoni said:

keep this under yer hat BW, but I heard the directors talking about you in less than complimentary terms tonight ... words like “he has our full support” were overheard 

"Our full support"? Oh! Oh!

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41 minutes ago, gianlucatoni said:

only as good as your last game BW - management is harsh 

Very true, but on other hand, it would have been a different team/tactics IF we had to win to game to win the league. Point is, if you dont give young players a chance in a competitive match, or players looking for a contract extension, in a match where the opposition need to win, but its all academic for us, then when do you play them? A friendly? I would take a loss in a league game to try younger players out as long as it didnt effect out position ie champs.

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3 hours ago, Big Wull said:

Very true, but on other hand, it would have been a different team/tactics IF we had to win to game to win the league. Point is, if you dont give young players a chance in a competitive match, or players looking for a contract extension, in a match where the opposition need to win, but its all academic for us, then when do you play them? A friendly? I would take a loss in a league game to try younger players out as long as it didnt effect out position ie champs.

Words of wisdom.

But .... shoogly peg, all the same!

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28 minutes ago, Jimmy McD said:

Why not drop your C.V. in at Falkirk B.w. I believe that they are looking for a manager..

I think I might. But wont get it, not enough experience they will say.

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10 hours ago, Big Wull said:

Very true, but on other hand, it would have been a different team/tactics IF we had to win to game to win the league. Point is, if you dont give young players a chance in a competitive match, or players looking for a contract extension, in a match where the opposition need to win, but its all academic for us, then when do you play them? A friendly? I would take a loss in a league game to try younger players out as long as it didnt effect out position ie champs.

Resorting to cliches is when you’re close to the end.

Taxi for Big Wull

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1 hour ago, Dick Dastardly said:

Resorting to cliches is when you’re close to the end.

Taxi for Big Wull

Wull we crowdfund for his fare?

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