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17 minutes ago, JAG1970 said:

From what I’ve seen of Algeria we’d have been better keeping MacIver 

And I'd rather have Shea Gordon than Crawford.

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Cross ball into a midget forward line.

Mid with no fight.

And Def and a goalkeeper with nay confidence....

Three members of management clueless.

Sorry ......Gerry must go

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Just now, sandy said:

So we take Tiffoney off for Bell? Ffs

TBF. Tiffoney wasn’t playing at the same pace as the rest of the team. Bell should fix that

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30 minutes ago, Dick Dastardly said:

And Algeria off for Murray, so we need 3 goals with no striker

He couldn’t  hit a cows arse with a machine gun 

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Embarrassing! Second best in every department to the team at the bottom of the league. I’ve backed McCall up to now but we are going nowhere with him at the helm. We’ve been woeful for months.

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4-0 followed by 4-1. Passing the ball back into their own defence- even turning attacking moves into threats to Sneddon! These are embarrassingly inept performances, regardless of the restrictions.

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Just now, Stephen1876 said:

Caused once again by square passing in front of their defence 

100 per cent. One long ball out and we leave our slowest player with their quickest. 

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Seems like a long list of bad decisions from Clueless McCall, Invisible Scally, and Emasculated Abject Archie have come home to roost. Starting a season with no experienced goalkeeper, and another loanee centre-back was bound to end badly. Couple that with the fact we sent Shea Gordon to QoS (who is still better than Crawford and Smith), and MacIver to Alloa (despite being better than the two loanees he gave his space to); the management team have a sh!t lot to answer for. 

For me tonight has shown me one thing that I knew quite a while ago but didn't want to admit. McCall is at best a League One manager.

 

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1 minute ago, Yellow & Redneck said:

Seems like a long list of bad decisions from Clueless McCall, Invisible Scally, and Emasculated Abject Archie have come home to roost. Starting a season with no experienced goalkeeper, and another loanee centre-back was bound to end badly. Couple that with the fact we sent Shea Gordon to QoS (who is still better than Crawford and Smith), and MacIver to Alloa (despite being better than the two loanees he gave his space); the management team have a sh!t lot to answer for. 

For me tonight has shown me one thing that I knew quite a while ago but didn't want to admit. McCall is at best a League One manager.  

Added to that, I know he did very little last season, but would Blair Lyons have been any worse than Hastie or McAllister, rather than us probably subbing his wages to play for Montrose? 

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Said it before, we were the best of a very bad bunch last season. Good looking squad this season, but no plan B without key players. 
Sorry to say it, but clear out needed - McCall, Archie, Scally, Arthur… and Britton. Going nowhere.

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