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Thread: ***St Johnstone v Aberdeen*** Match build up Sunday 24th November

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    ***St Johnstone v Aberdeen*** Match build up Sunday 24th November

    We have a couple of weeks break while boring International fixtures take place.
    Our next competitive game is against St Johnstone away and we certainly hope we can continue the momentum created in the last 3 games after the break.

    Will Tommy Wright still be the St Johnstone manager or will he be lured to the NI job?
    Will Stevie May continue where he left off with his late consolation goal?
    Will Ojo be back for us?
    A lot could change ahead of this match.
    Anyway.....

    In/Oot - In
    Faraboots - Away end
    Pre - Driving
    Post - Driving
    Prediction 0-2 to the Dons (Cosgrove & Ferguson)

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    With Stevie May scoring on Saturday I reckon that puts him in front of Wilson and Main (together) again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post

    Will Tommy Wright still be the St Johnstone manager or will he be lured to the NI job?
    Will Stevie May continue where he left off with his late consolation goal?
    Will Ojo be back for us?
    Wright will still be St Johnston manager - NI will surely go for someone better than that given their relative success in recent years.

    Stevie May will be lucky to score again the rest of the season.

    Not really fussed about Ojo - hasn't done much to suggest he's any good at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Corleone View Post
    Wright will still be St Johnston manager - NI will surely go for someone better than that given their relative success in recent years.

    Stevie May will be lucky to score again the rest of the season.

    Not really fussed about Ojo - hasn't done much to suggest he's any good at all.
    I thought O'Neill was staying on as Noiks manager aswell as Stoke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    I thought O'Neill was staying on as Noiks manager aswell as Stoke
    I think he is doing the matches against Germany and Holland and if they qualify for the play offs them as well but that's all. So Wright will definitely be St J manager when we play them

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    In/Oot - In
    Faraboots - Away end
    Pre - Driving
    Post - Driving - Dropping some stuff aff at work (getting paid to be at game)
    Prediction 0-3 to the Dons (Conso ,Ferguson, Anderson)

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    In/Oot - Oot - Interest level still bordering zero
    Faraboots - Will watch in a pub/club
    Pre - Pub
    Post - Pub
    Prediction 1-2 (Cosgrove McLennan, May)

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    In / Oot - OOT
    Predicition - could not give a flying fk

    Oh Derek McWinless

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    People claiming they don't care about the dons but still coming on to a forum to post about them is laughable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PittodriePile View Post
    People claiming they don't care about the dons but still coming on to a forum to post about them is laughable.
    Or maybe people that do actually care about the team but find 20 years of the alford neep, moving the team out of the city, DNa splitting the fanbase, atmosphere at Pittodrie forbidden, boring manager, strong sevco requied by chairman after telling us mere customers to 'move on'. Maybe we do care about AFC, but the current incumbents at the club have drained the interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PittodriePile View Post
    People claiming they don't care about the dons but still coming on to a forum to post about them is laughable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redday1903 View Post
    Or maybe people that do actually care about the team but find 20 years of the alford neep, moving the team out of the city, DNa splitting the fanbase, atmosphere at Pittodrie forbidden, boring manager, strong sevco requied by chairman after telling us mere customers to 'move on'. Maybe we do care about AFC, but the current incumbents at the club have drained the interest.
    ^^^Absolutely spot on^^^
    Well said that man

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    Quote Originally Posted by redday1903 View Post
    Or maybe people that do actually care about the team but find 20 years of the alford neep, moving the team out of the city, DNa splitting the fanbase, atmosphere at Pittodrie forbidden, boring manager, strong sevco requied by chairman after telling us mere customers to 'move on'. Maybe we do care about AFC, but the current incumbents at the club have drained the interest.
    I think that naturally over time, apathy sets in for many.
    Peoples lives grow and change, meaning circumstances play a part in decisions to go to games or not.
    These are replaced with younger supporters.

    My sense is that this forum's demograph is vastly different from the supoorters in the ground demograph

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    Quote Originally Posted by redday1903 View Post
    Or maybe people that do actually care about the team but find 20 years of the alford neep, moving the team out of the city, DNa splitting the fanbase, atmosphere at Pittodrie forbidden, boring manager, strong sevco requied by chairman after telling us mere customers to 'move on'. Maybe we do care about AFC, but the current incumbents at the club have drained the interest.
    Should have just said.

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    Fcuk me, the international break makes it a long time between games.
    Roll on next weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    Fcuk me, the international break makes it a long time between games.
    Roll on next weekend
    Its a f@cking hinderance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman1903 View Post
    Its a f@cking hinderance
    Gives Bryson a chance to let the glue set properly on his porcelain ankles though.

    Lets see how long he lasts next week...

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    In/Oot - In

    Furryboots - Away section

    Pre - Few beers in the van

    Post - Out for food somewhere

    Prediction - 2-2 late minute equaliser for them. Rooney hat trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mondo_notion View Post
    In/Oot - In

    Furryboots - Away section

    Pre - Few beers in the van

    Post - Out for food somewhere

    Prediction - 2-2 late minute equaliser for them. Rooney hat trick.
    Despite it being on the telly, I quite fancy heading down for this game.
    What's the deal with tickets? I'm presuming there is plenty

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    Quote Originally Posted by IveSeenTheLight View Post
    Despite it being on the telly, I quite fancy heading down for this game.
    What's the deal with tickets? I'm presuming there is plenty
    Looks like there are still 435 tickets available (305 behind the goal)

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