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Thread: Players released.

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by QOS King View Post
    Sad to see both Higgins & Dowie go as I expected one would have been keep and it will be strange not seeing Jim sitting on the bench.

    I liked Hilson but if the manager was told to keep only one I would have kept Tapping too as he can be a important player for Queens if he can keep himself from getting injured.


    Hope Naysmith has got 2 decent centre halfs lined up , he's going to need them

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by johnny_dumfries View Post
    Hope Naysmith has got 2 decent centre halfs lined up , he's going to need them
    Higgy very disappointed to be leaving (see today's Standard)
    but confident he can do a good job for any Championship side -
    wouldn't be surprised if he ended up at Livvy as he comes from
    nearby Broxburn and is only 31.

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Higgy very disappointed to be leaving (see today's Standard)
    but confident he can do a good job for any Championship side -
    wouldn't be surprised if he ended up at Livvy as he comes from
    nearby Broxburn and is only 31.
    That would be a good shout for him. Balatoni and El Alagui have left Ayr Utd. Queens should go for Balatoni anyway. Not sure about Farid.

  4. #24
    Aiden Smith impressed last night in front of the watching Queens directors Billy Hewitson , Craig Patterson and big Jim Thomson . They must be wondering why Naysmith released him

  5. #25
    As directors they can surely have a quiet word to perhaps change his mind? As I mentioned in an earlier post, - I would have preferred to keep Smith on the books, - even if he is out on loan for much of next season again at Annan.

    If anyone suggests that the directors should not or cannot voice their opinion, - then they have just discovered the problem in Scottish football, - that we the supporters rely entirely on the opinion of one man.

    Dictatorships I'm afraid have no place in football or society in general, - and the sport is not an exact science, therefore Messers Naysmith, Skelton, Thomson et al need all the help and support they can get.

  6. #26
    sorry guys but i have to point out the obvious here ,theres a huge gap between playing for annan in that cannon fodder league and playing in the championship for queens ,a blind man and his dog should score 20 goals a season in that league ,i think the boy has found his level ,id say even a league 1 player tops atm ,its a massive step from banging in goals down there than it is in the championship likes .

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    Naysmith probably thinks that Aidan is not good enough for Championship level although he could score goals against Rangers. Figure that one out.

  8. #28
    albertz you cant go signing players up on scoring the odd goal here and there whats special about scoring against rangers likes , especially a very poor rangers team ,the couple of seasons we had rangers in our league we gave them quite a few bloody noses .

  9. #29
    Obviously not a player but has our commercial manager Victoria Thomson also left the club ? as I saw her leave Palmy last Saturday holding a lovely bunch of flowers and thought it may have been a farewell gift from her colleagues.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Obviously not a player but has our commercial manager Victoria Thomson also left the club ? as I saw her leave Palmy last Saturday holding a lovely bunch of flowers and thought it may have been a farewell gift from her colleagues.


    Maybe from Lyndon

  11. #31
    i did hear she handed in her resignation a few months ago , so prob more than likely thats saying shes away .

  12. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by Francis_begbie_HFC View Post
    i did hear she handed in her resignation a few months ago , so prob more than likely thats saying shes away .
    The Commercial Managers office is vacant.

  13. #33
    there you go albertz lol ,commercial managers job open for you .

  14. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by ODB View Post
    The Commercial Managers office is vacant.


    Can't say I'll miss her

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis_begbie_HFC View Post
    there you go albertz lol ,commercial managers job open for you .
    Will JT go back to commercial manager and be the football development manager?

    NB - Not my Bag....
    Last edited by ALBERTZ_11; 11-05-2017 at 08:15 PM.

  16. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by arrol1919 View Post
    Aiden Smith impressed last night in front of the watching Queens directors Billy Hewitson , Craig Patterson and big Jim Thomson . They must be wondering why Naysmith released him
    Dead simple Naysmith hasn't a clue who is good.

  17. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by newby View Post
    Dead simple Naysmith hasn't a clue who is good.

    I could be complete wrong here Newby but I take it you're not Naysmith's biggest fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by newby View Post
    Dead simple Naysmith hasn't a clue who is good.
    Such positivity just as the season ends and before the next one gets underway. Just what we require on a supporters forum!!!!!

  19. #39
    i think naysmith is doing it the right way atm ,we defo needed a clearout too many ageing and quality is going down year on year ,only 2 or 3 of the youngsters look like thay could maybe handle things at the sharp end of this league for me ,now he has wielded the axe and we will now see during the summer what he is made off ,i just hope he can get the right quality of playing staff at the club to mount a title challenge .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis_begbie_HFC View Post
    i think naysmith is doing it the right way atm ,we defo needed a clearout too many ageing and quality is going down year on year ,only 2 or 3 of the youngsters look like thay could maybe handle things at the sharp end of this league for me ,now he has wielded the axe and we will now see during the summer what he is made off ,i just hope he can get the right quality of playing staff at the club to mount a title challenge .
    I fully agree Francis as a clear out was essential and all eyes will now be firmly focused upon the quality of the replacements brought in by Naysmith. He will live or die by these signing but we must show patience and fully support the team for the season ahead rather than sniping at the manager now.

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