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Thread: Who do we want in our league next season? Do we care?

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    Who do we want in our league next season? Do we care?

    Icy Tea, Accies, Falkirk or United? A longer journey to a grass pitch, or a shorter trip to a plastic pitch, but getting home in time for wir tea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dazlhigh View Post
    Icy Tea, Accies, Falkirk or United? A longer journey to a grass pitch, or a shorter trip to a plastic pitch, but getting home in time for wir tea?
    I hope Accies stay up...they're not Airdrie but a bit of local edge is better than yet another generic game. We'd never have taken 2,300 to the others like last week. There's also the fact that when they're in the league, they'll never be anything other than relegation strugglers which should theoretically help us.

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    I just watched United beat a better Falkirk side. I can't see them winning against either ICT or Accies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwok View Post
    I just watched United beat a better Falkirk side. I can't see them winning against either ICT or Accies.
    On the Radio Snide phone last night I believe it was Gerry McCulloch who said he wanted DUFC up because the Prem needed more clubs with four stands even if they were half empty. Well seen he's leaving the show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyG View Post
    On the Radio Snide phone last night I believe it was Gerry McCulloch who said he wanted DUFC up because the Prem needed more clubs with four stands even if they were half empty. Well seen he's leaving the show.
    United, wonderfully, have five stands to top that particular league table.

    I think United would beat Hamilton but struggle with Inverness.

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    Accies to beat Utd hopefully. Need to keep the NY derby going !

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    I think Accies will prove just too much for Dundee United to handle. They were a tad fortunate to beat Falkirk last night.

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    If we want to extend our SPFL top flight survival we need Accies to stay up. Last thing we need are more clubs with a bigger resource than us coming up. Add to the fact there too many fecking long journeys in the SPFL the more central belt teams that come up the better.

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    I'd agree with that, with Hibs and Dundee United back in the top flight next season then our chances of survival will narrow even further unless we get our summer rebuilding job absolutely spot on.

    I fully expect United to get the better of Hamilton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LawSteelman View Post
    I'd agree with that, with Hibs and Dundee United back in the top flight next season then our chances of survival will narrow even further unless we get our summer rebuilding job absolutely spot on.

    I fully expect United to get the better of Hamilton.
    Im not so sure UTD are p1sh you just need to read their fan site to see what their own fans think. Accies have guts by the bucket load Im not so sure about Utd.

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    They were utter pish against Falkirk - yet still found a way to get a jammy win. Whether the performance bodes ill or the result is a good sign depends on your pov.

    My diehard United mate says they're terrible, for what it's worth.

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