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    Yay! The forum is busy again!

    Some boys on here so f_ing predictable! Almost seems they enjoy when we get beat. The guys on here gloating are the same ones that were missing after we beat Dunfermline.

    All you guys that are saying RM should get the sack please dig out your comments when he got the job where you were saying not to go for him. Board was pretty unanimous about it being a good appointment.

    We have a young manager and he is making mistakes. He set out the team wrong first half but second half the shape and balance was coming together. If Scotty McDonald put away the sitter then we would have went on to win that game as we were on top during that spell.

    Livingstone deserved to win - they look a good team.

    The way the first set of fixtures have come out have not been kind to us. Livi, St Mirren, Falkirk, ICT, Dunfermline all away from home. Next 9 games are more favourable. If we are not in positioned to win the league at Christmas then we perhaps need to start looking at the manager but for now it would be an expensive mistake. this is now RM's team (and in my opinion it is probably strong enough to win the league). Another manager would have no budget to change much and it would be too much of a gamble.

    There are lot of guys on this forum that have their own agenda and you could almost sense the glee at yesterdays result from some of them!

    Next 3 games are pretty huge. Lets get behind the club and encourage and support. FTD!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefutureistangerine4 View Post
    Some boys on here so f_ing predictable! Almost seems they enjoy when we get beat. The guys on here gloating are the same ones that were missing after we beat Dunfermline.

    All you guys that are saying RM should get the sack please dig out your comments when he got the job where you were saying not to go for him. Board was pretty unanimous about it being a good appointment.

    We have a young manager and he is making mistakes. He set out the team wrong first half but second half the shape and balance was coming together. If Scotty McDonald put away the sitter then we would have went on to win that game as we were on top during that spell.

    Livingstone deserved to win - they look a good team.

    The way the first set of fixtures have come out have not been kind to us. Livi, St Mirren, Falkirk, ICT, Dunfermline all away from home. Next 9 games are more favourable. If we are not in positioned to win the league at Christmas then we perhaps need to start looking at the manager but for now it would be an expensive mistake. this is now RM's team (and in my opinion it is probably strong enough to win the league). Another manager would have no budget to change much and it would be too much of a gamble.

    There are lot of guys on this forum that have their own agenda and you could almost sense the glee at yesterdays result from some of them!

    Next 3 games are pretty huge. Lets get behind the club and encourage and support. FTD!!
    Pretty much spot on tfit4, and I'll call out plumber as the worst culprit. Never posts when the team win, or god forbid they put in a half decent performance. In fact, think even if Thompson and McKinnon were to leave he would still have something to phukkin whinge about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefutureistangerine4 View Post

    Livingstone deserved to win - they look a good team.
    This shows how far we have fallen and what some fans expect when they go to watch a football match. A good team would have given us 10 yesterday. Some of their passing and shooting was horrific, just not as bad as ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahlltanyirhide View Post
    Pretty much spot on tfit4, and I'll call out plumber as the worst culprit. Never posts when the team win, or god forbid they put in a half decent performance. In fact, think even if Thompson and McKinnon were to leave he would still have something to phukkin whinge about.
    Youre one boring ******* Andy

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    its the performances even more so than the results that are alarming, I went to the game yesterday catiously optimistic after two decent results/performances, but said to my mate on the way up it would take 5-6 games at that standard to install any geniune confidence. After 45 woeful minutes that optimism had evaporated, and I dont think it would have returned even if we had scrapped/fluked a win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arab_plumber View Post
    Youre one boring ******* Andy
    Oh ya phukker that's rich coming fae you. For the past year or so I can't recall you posting anything other than the same old regurgitated drivel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahlltanyirhide View Post
    Oh ya phukker that's rich coming fae you. For the past year or so I can't recall you posting anything other than the same old regurgitated drivel.
    This ^

    The guys is desperate for us to lose so he can drone on about RM and ST. Hates to see us win FACT

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefutureistangerine4 View Post
    This ^

    The guys is desperate for us to lose so he can drone on about RM and ST. Hates to see us win FACT
    Maybe if RM or ST did something good or constructive I'd comment positively but sadly the club and team continue to spiral downwards

    You guys keep clapping though you super positive super fans

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    People, in the main, use mediums like this and social media to moan.

    That’s the way it is. Each to their own.

    Football forums are a release valve for boiled piss.

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    Spot on OP

    Also laughably deluded thinking the likes of McIntyre would come in and make a difference, all that would happen would be he'd get cut slack early on in his reign then fans would be on his back, if we win this league it won't be by romping it, sorry but what experience does he have of managing a club like United (or an Aberdeen,Hearts,Hibs) with big expectations and pressure ? none.

    IF we were to change manager ( it's not at that stage just now) it would need to be someone who has a track record of coping with a job like ours or the club's mentioned above where fans will be right on the back asap, and guys who fall into that category are the like of Levein and Houston (a very very good Utd manager who also got unfair abuse from the poisonous section of our support with short memories)

    Not guys who have had no success at a bigger Scottish club (that means not a yogi hughes who failed at Hibs etc), not guys who do it at wee clubs with no pressure as we can't afford a cycle of this hence it's better to stick right now

    We have a good enough (excellent) home record under Ray that suggests if we can get a little bit of consistency away from home we'll be there or thereabouts in May, Inverness at home, Dumbarton away then St Mirren at home in the next three, if we win a couple of those this place will fall silent again like the last month

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    How come a manager like Jack Ross comes in to St Mirren with a fraction of our budget, gets them playing well and scoring goals.McKinnon is clueless and it simply not good enough for united to be thereabouts at the end of the season. I'd even say the team are heading backwards under him. We don't need a top class manager to win this league - a step up from the junior one we have would see us back to the premier division.

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    Lol @ shedka

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    Quote Originally Posted by milne_afc View Post
    Lol @ shedka
    Yes we all laugh at him regularly

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    Quote Originally Posted by shedka View Post
    Spot on OP

    Also laughably deluded thinking the likes of McIntyre would come in and make a difference, all that would happen would be he'd get cut slack early on in his reign then fans would be on his back, if we win this league it won't be by romping it, sorry but what experience does he have of managing a club like United (or an Aberdeen,Hearts,Hibs) with big expectations and pressure ? none.

    IF we were to change manager ( it's not at that stage just now) it would need to be someone who has a track record of coping with a job like ours or the club's mentioned above where fans will be right on the back asap, and guys who fall into that category are the like of Levein and Houston (a very very good Utd manager who also got unfair abuse from the poisonous section of our support with short memories)

    Not guys who have had no success at a bigger Scottish club (that means not a yogi hughes who failed at Hibs etc), not guys who do it at wee clubs with no pressure as we can't afford a cycle of this hence it's better to stick right now

    We have a good enough (excellent) home record under Ray that suggests if we can get a little bit of consistency away from home we'll be there or thereabouts in May, Inverness at home, Dumbarton away then St Mirren at home in the next three, if we win a couple of those this place will fall silent again like the last month

    We are consistent away from home

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    Overall our performances are consistent both home and away. It's just that we seem to scrape through at home and are found out away.

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    I agree with Shedka to a point. McIntyre wouldn't do well at United because he is an ex-player. On Houston as United manager, he was good with Levein signings when he went out and ventured in the transfer market we got Brian McLean and Mark Millar ffs.

    If we are looking for someone local who can coach a team and get them to work as a unit I would say Jocky Scott. The last person who had connections from Dens that came to Tannadice in a coaching managerial position didn't do all that badly. Phuck going back to ex players, doesn't work. Its time for an old head to come in and work his knowledge on how to win games and breed confidence to the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arabs4ever View Post
    I agree with Shedka to a point. McIntyre wouldn't do well at United because he is an ex-player. On Houston as United manager, he was good with Levein signings when he went out and ventured in the transfer market we got Brian McLean and Mark Millar ffs.

    If we are looking for someone local who can coach a team and get them to work as a unit I would say Jocky Scott. The last person who had connections from Dens that came to Tannadice in a coaching managerial position didn't do all that badly. Phuck going back to ex players, doesn't work. Its time for an old head to come in and work his knowledge on how to win games and breed confidence to the team.

    Jeez .. McKinnon must be utterly shlte if you are wanting auld Dee legend Jocky as yer manager

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    Not a bad idea at all to get Jocky Scott in. Go one better and get Gordon Wallace in as his assistant? Think of the savings? We can use their zimmers as 5-a-side goals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by milne_afc View Post
    Lol @ shedka

    Ha ha what a random post, was very pleasing seeing Rogic sicken the ssb's at the death in the big cup final, remind me when you last won the Scottish Cup? 😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by arab_plumber View Post
    Yes we all laugh at him regularly
    "we"

    I laugh at you regular, where you been the last month? you don't deserve to support DUFC during the good times, you don't appreciate them, you were negative during them and are worse now

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