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Thread: League Match 6: Doonhamers v Ton

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    League Match 6: Doonhamers v Ton

    Alan Newlands is the referee on Saturday at Palmerston.

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    Remember and bring a pen with you

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    And some PAPERMATE

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    I wonder if ALBERTZ has any PENFRIENDS

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    He can be a nosey PARKER at times

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    I like all your pen references. All very good I might add. On that front I will be sure to have a spare working pen with me. I have a Notts Forest one that's a good writer.

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    One player to watch out for is Jai Quitongo . Scored the winner last weekend for Morton and was unplayable when they thumped us 5-0 at Palmerston last season. This potentially could be a great game. It's our first at home in a while so make the most of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrol1919 View Post
    One player to watch out for is Jai Quitongo . Scored the winner last weekend for Morton and was unplayable when they thumped us 5-0 at Palmerston last season. This potentially could be a great game. It's our first at home in a while so make the most of it
    Yes it should be an enjoyable encounter with plenty of goals promised. I am really looking forward to it as we have been starved of football for too long.

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    Jai has certainly taken on his father Jose's football ability. Now, just for a minute , let's cast our eyes back about a year ago to a home game with Morton and Queens going great guns . On second thoughts , let's not 😨

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    Albertz11 asda are selling pens at half price got some for my girls great value stock up for your next visit to livingston

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSLEFTPEG View Post
    Jai has certainly taken on his father Jose's football ability. Now, just for a minute , let's cast our eyes back about a year ago to a home game with Morton and Queens going great guns . On second thoughts , let's not ��
    What game JR can't recall that one as it has long eradicated from the old memory banks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikefaethesouth View Post
    What game JR can't recall that one as it has long eradicated from the old memory banks
    Wish it was Spike. A wee win will sort that memory out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doontheroad View Post
    Albertz11 asda are selling pens at half price got some for my girls great value stock up for your next visit to livingston
    Thanks for the info. I'll keep that in mind.

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    Happy to help

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    He should try Sunlife life insurance. You receive a free pen just for enquiring ........

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    Great to have a home game today as its been awhile and after it again another long wait for the next one so hopefully we make the most of it and get the 3 points.

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    Well..the plea for the punters has failed to materialise!

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    As it happens the crowd was decent(in that it was the biggest of the season)Game itself was dismal from a qos point of view.Lots of the ball early on but no cutting edge.Poor first goal conceeded then an absolute stotter of a second for Morton.Suntan bringing a wee bit of hope straight after,but,that was that basically.Second half...lots of the ball and doing nowt with it.Not the worst game/performance of the season,but this suggests we will struggle to get a play off spot against what was really just average opposition.
    Mortons' 2nd goal aside they were nothing special.
    Last edited by Bagapapa; 16-09-2017 at 05:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrol1919 View Post
    One player to watch out for is Jai Quitongo . Scored the winner last weekend for Morton and was unplayable when they thumped us 5-0 at Palmerston last season. This potentially could be a great game. It's our first at home in a while so make the most of it
    Just as I suspected , young Quitongo ripped us a new one in the first half . Thought we deserved a point but we just couldn't get that second goal . Hats off to the fans who turned out in bigger numbers and created a decent atmosphere for a change .
    We now face 2 hard sway league games at Paisley & Inverness . Desperately need to take something from these to keep the fans interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrol1919 View Post
    Just as I suspected , young Quitongo ripped us a new one in the first half . Thought we deserved a point but we just couldn't get that second goal . Hats off to the fans who turned out in bigger numbers and created a decent atmosphere for a change .
    We now face 2 hard sway league games at Paisley & Inverness . Desperately need to take something from these to keep the fans interested
    Quitongo was the difference between the teams today with his blistering pace as Morton disruptive style upset the Queens rhythm today with the ball spending far too much time airborne. We were very exposed in the right back slot and Morton fully exploited this for both goals in the first half. We were probably worthy of a share of the points but we lacked bite up front and created very few clear cut opportunities throughout. McFadden looked too anxious and was off the pace when he came on but cannot be judged on one part time appearance alone. A word about the referee who gave one of the worst performances I have seen at Palmerston and no wonder Dobbie completely lost the rag with the official for which I was surprised he was not booked by the clown in black.

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