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  1. #21
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    Thanks for the pub info.Much appreciated.Is there any places that are best avoided? And what's "The Auctioneers" like for food?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagapapa View Post
    Thanks for the pub info.Much appreciated.Is there any places that are best avoided? And what's "The Auctioneers" like for food?
    stick to town centre ,thats where all the pubs etc are, the auctioneers is ok, food ok.

  3. #23
    In today's Standard, Naysmith says and I quote: "People don't realise that he's (Alan Martin) played through an injury for us this season, so he couldn't train through the week.....because of that he is maybe not 100 per cent, - but he's getting fitter..."

    Does Mr. Naysmith take the paying fans for fools? - We all saw him going off injured a few weeks ago, - so to suggest that "people don't realise he's played through an injury" is not acceptable.

    It is also not acceptable to play someone who is clearly unfit, - because he is impacting big time on the results of games, - and that is bound to have an effect on the 10 other players in the team.

    It is also not acceptable to admit in the press that your goalkeeper is unfit, - as that is a huge psychological advantage to Inverness and the rest of our competitors.

    With the risk of sounding like a record that's stuck (I'm good at that) Naysmith should have arranged for an emergency loan until such times as Martin is fully fit, - which at the moment looks like at least February, - if he starts on the treadmill now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    In today's Standard, Naysmith says and I quote: "People don't realise that he's (Alan Martin) played through an injury for us this season, so he couldn't train through the week.....because of that he is maybe not 100 per cent, - but he's getting fitter..."

    Does Mr. Naysmith take the paying fans for fools? - We all saw him going off injured a few weeks ago, - so to suggest that "people don't realise he's played through an injury" is not acceptable.

    It is also not acceptable to play someone who is clearly unfit, - because he is impacting big time on the results of games, - and that is bound to have an effect on the 10 other players in the team.

    It is also not acceptable to admit in the press that your goalkeeper is unfit, - as that is a huge psychological advantage to Inverness and the rest of our competitors.

    With the risk of sounding like a record that's stuck (I'm good at that) Naysmith should have arranged for an emergency loan until such times as Martin is fully fit, - which at the moment looks like at least February, - if he starts on the treadmill now!
    Must admit i could not believe Naysmith came away with that statement about Martin in today's Standard - bizarre to say the least !

  5. #25
    Getting ready for the long trip to Inverness my first since 2009 when Derek Holmes scored a hat-trick.
    Queens need to get something from the game with the disappointing last few results and with the start Inverness has made we will have a good chance of doing so.

    Queens wins this season have all came against teams below as in the league and hopefully this will continue today.

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    Martin was injured at home in August at home to Brechin, only playing the first 15 minutes and did play the following Saturday at Tannadice and has looked unfit since. Now we're at the end of September and Leighfield has played in the Challenge Cup matches and also appeared from the bench for the remaining 75 minutes of the Brechin game and the full league match at Livingston when Martin had been suffering from the flu. I wonder who Naysmith will opt for today, after Martin's performance on ALBA last Sunday and his report in the local press this week?

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    So Martin's post match interview has him saying that this was his first full week of training since playing in the first league match of the season. I'm amazed that he's been allowed to play in-between times tbh. No wonder he's not looked good in games.

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    So Martin's post match interview has him saying that this was his first full week of training since playing in the first league match of the season. I'm amazed that he's been allowed to play in-between times tbh. No wonder he's not looked good in games.
    Good job Inverness were so crap yesterday then. Can't recall them having a shot on target.

  9. #29
    If we’re to start winning games again then our talisman striker needs to start scoring goals again. Would I be correct in saying Dobbie has only scored in one league game this season , and that was his hat-trick at Falkirk

    Any idea what the official away support was on Saturday?

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    That's correct. Dobbie's hat-trick at Falkirk are his only league goals so far, along with 5 cup goals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    That's correct. Dobbie's hat-trick at Falkirk are his only league goals so far, along with 5 cup goals.
    Last QOS programme v Morton has Dobbie on 9 goals in total - not the first time you have slipped up this season with counting Albertz !

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    If he got the service he might score goals. Badly need a creative midfielder with a killer pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Last QOS programme v Morton has Dobbie on 9 goals in total - not the first time you have slipped up this season with counting Albertz !
    Cannot believe my mistake. Six cup goals I meant to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QOS_MAD_ADMIN View Post
    All booked up for free pensioners bus to Inverness via Glasgow 30th September

    Leave Dumfries - 0630 Arrive Inverness 1223 via Glasgow
    Leave Inverness - 1730 Arrive Dumfries -0120 via Glasgow

    Long day but free
    Can't say I was impressed by Inverness (A proverbial one horse town like Fort William that has been shagged by tourism and expanded on the cheap) The Inverness football ground is a cold exposed souless place miles away from the dingy town centre. The atmosphere resembles a dentist's waiting room on a wet Monday morning. The only highlight was free pension's bus from Glasgow
    which was excellent which had a wee Glasgow woman hostess who dished out free coffee,irn bru and scones.
    Last edited by QOS_MAD_ADMIN; 04-10-2017 at 06:39 PM.

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    You sure you were in Inverness shanty?Myself and oldbag enjoyed a great couple of nights in a town that was bouncing both nights.The complete opposite of our own dingy town centre.Very pleasant people and decent prices for food and drink.The less said about "The Keg" bar though the better.However a certain member of the Shrewsbury branch can take the blame for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagapapa View Post
    You sure you were in Inverness shanty?Myself and oldbag enjoyed a great couple of nights in a town that was bouncing both nights.The complete opposite of our own dingy town centre.Very pleasant people and decent prices for food and drink.The less said about "The Keg" bar though the better.However a certain member of the Shrewsbury branch can take the blame for that!
    Perhaps we have different tastes and motives George but Inverness holds no great attraction for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagapapa View Post
    You sure you were in Inverness shanty?Myself and oldbag enjoyed a great couple of nights in a town that was bouncing both nights.The complete opposite of our own dingy town centre.Very pleasant people and decent prices for food and drink.The less said about "The Keg" bar though the better.However a certain member of the Shrewsbury branch can take the blame for that!
    What happened at the Keg Bar ?

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    Nowt happened....it's just a sh1thole������Chosen by a person who shall remain nameless.

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