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8 minutes ago, sandy said:

What is it about McCall that he doesn’t understand big punts forward don’t really help us? 
 

Set out an attacking passing formation ffs.

We do struggle against teams who sit in. There is no plan B under McCall.

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22 minutes ago, dl1971 said:

2 points between top 5. Quite a league. Ground out a result today. I'll take it.

And 1 point separating the bottom 5. Incredible really.

Fantastic run of results for us.

No shots on target from Hamilton. It might not have been silky but we're doing something right.

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Huge games coming up in December. All the top teams playing each other. Raith and us the form teams. Killie waning a bit. Anything can and probably will happen. 

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1 hour ago, Garscube Road End 2 said:

We do struggle against teams who sit in. There is no plan B under McCall.

If we could get Stevie Lawless back in January, I believe it could be the difference in winning the League especially as you say in teams sitting in against us as home 

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1 minute ago, jlsarmy said:

If we could get Stevie Lawless back in January, I believe it could be the difference in winning the League especially as you say in teams sitting in against us as home 

Wouldn't have that wee shit near us. 

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46 minutes ago, Garscube Road End 2 said:

Club record of six consecutive clean sheets. Fantastic boys.

Not quite! It’s a club record of six consecutive league shut outs.  The current record of all matches (league and cup) is seven! However wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment it has been a fantastic effort!

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Better effort in second half after we rolled up the sleeves and got tore in a bit in what turned into a blood and snotters affair against a very physical Accies who were lucky to finish with 11 players .Loved the obvious emotion on display at the end with players hugging themselves .

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Just like our last 2 home performances we struggled to create anything. Big difference in this game we managed to score at a time when i thought Hamilton looked their most dangerous of the game. Another 3 points and clean sheet, great run we are on and long may it continue.

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Just now, Anniesland Jag said:

Better effort in second half after we rolled up the sleeves and got tore in a bit in what turned into a blood and snotters affair against a very physical Accies who were lucky to finish with 11 players .Loved the obvious emotion on display at the end with players hugging themselves .

They should have been down to 9 men and we should have had a penalty. I thought Moyo did well up on his own but they were a bunch of fouling barstewards, imo.

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5 minutes ago, westertonjagfan said:

They should have been down to 9 men and we should have had a penalty. I thought Moyo did well up on his own but they were a bunch of fouling barstewards, imo.

Yup…Ref was very poor .

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A hard fought victory - Hamilton were clearly determined that there would be no repeat of their drubbing in the previous game but they literally did not have a serious attempt at goal...we only had two with the good header from Mayo and a great strike from Smith off the bar. The first half was dull but even - the second half was a bit livelier if only for two wild challenges on Tiffoney and Turner. 

McKenna did well defensively but we have little threat from full back or midfield...Hamilton doubled up on Tiffoney and we had little else to  offer. Graham & Rudden did not hold up the ball...we linked up play better after they were subbed.

So not a great performance...but a good result and the League Table looks interesting.

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13 minutes ago, michael m said:

Not quite! It’s a club record of six consecutive league shut outs.  The current record of all matches (league and cup) is seven! However wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment it has been a fantastic effort!

Jesus! Talk of pedantry.

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I wonder after that game whether rudden and Graham are too similar to be played together …..they were both played as target men today and we were better when we changed the front pairing 

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