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    Toshney to Morton?

    Now ray had got the Morton job has anyone been in touch to let him know that toshney is available at a good price?

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    Very pleased to see Ray bounce back. It must have been tough for him with what happened. He'll have learned a lot from it. Hope he doesn't come back to bite us in the games v them though.
    All the best Ray.

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    Very good appointment for them, will be tough away games in particular, another team with a better manager than us

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    Quote Originally Posted by shedka View Post
    Very good appointment for them, will be tough away games in particular, another team with a better manager than us
    Agree. All the best to ray. He gave his best for united. I do feel we’d have been better off if we’d have kept him last season.

    Hope he doesn’t take Laurie Ellis with him

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    Somebody phone and tell him half his sh*te is still here for him to take.
    Csaba aside Ray isn't a good manager.

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    Yeah, I've got a feeling he'll do quite well with Morton. I'd be delighted if he took Toshers off our hands though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arab81 View Post
    Somebody phone and tell him half his sh*te is still here for him to take.
    Csaba aside Ray isn't a good manager.
    Agree with this, terrible manager

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    Quote Originally Posted by arab81 View Post
    Somebody phone and tell him half his sh*te is still here for him to take.
    Csaba aside Ray isn't a good manager.

    Disagree, has a good managerial record to date, with Brechin, with Raith then came in built a team at Utd quick under difficult circumstances with the negativity about the place, got us within 45 mins of an instant return to the top flight, was also sacked prematurely when we were in a battle for first, having lost just 2 home games in his 35 or so in charge

    Wish him all the best, except against us, he will do really well, I've no doubt

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    didnt mind ray at united. tried his best but a combination of questionable signings and shocking standard of football i think he wouldnt have done much better here.

    he done decent in his 1st season all things considered. the rebuild required and missing out on promotion by 1 goal really.
    but this season he built a decent squad and the style of football was poor. the results were ok but we didnt look any better.

    reckon Ray would have done better than what CL done but i still dont think we would have been anywhere near st mirren. we would have finished 2nd imo then it would have all down to the lottery of the playoffs.

    he'll be decent for morton. works decent with cut budgets and not as much pressure so he might do a similar job to the one he done with Raith

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    Agree Darren

    Would have had us second and got us by a tired Dunfy/Livi who would have played each other while we rested, then Partick imo

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    As long as his concentration is solely on the park then he will do well with positive support from his board and fans. When he started to become involved in murky waters that when he unravelled.

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    I like Ray. Think he will do fine at morton. Terrible football we played under him at times so him leaving there was only the way up possible!

    How wrong I was 😢

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    Quote Originally Posted by shedka View Post
    Agree Darren

    Would have had us second and got us by a tired Dunfy/Livi who would have played each other while we rested, then Partick imo
    Maybe. FWIW, I don't think he should have been sacked when he was. Terrible decision.

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    i weird when it came to that sacking.

    from the outside it looked asif we had sacked him because he lost two on the trot but the actual fact was we had been playing poor for months. then he brought in his own team and we expected to be better but we were still playing rubbish. we had some poor results at the start of the season under ray but the sacking did seem pretty harsh! i think he should have been given the next game (dumbarton away i believe) which was a bogey team but would have shown if he was the man or not.

    i wasnt too bothered by the sacking when it happened because thought it was time for him to leave as i felt the team had stopped playing for him and expected us to bring in a quality replacement (Mcintyre was my shout) but we then replaced him with CL who started ok but fell into the same trap and ended up finishing 3rd. the decision looked very poor. if we had replaced Ray with someone decent then we would have got up no doubt about it.

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    Ray's team were honking. Not sure he wouldve done any better than Laszlo did as performances were generally poor and our form was on a downwards trajectory.

    I wish him well though. I hope his experience as manager hasn't tainted his memories of playing the club. He was a decent player for us, and I thank him for that. I still remember his hat-trick of free kicks away to Killie. Nice one Ray.

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    Yeah lets not forget the dross ray served us. Brutal! With a capital B and 2 exclamation marks full stop

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    For me, CL got better performance and selections out of Ray's squad prior to the injuries of Fyvie and Fraser. The window in January just confused matters and it took an age for CL to get a settled side. Honestly, I have faith in our manager with his own squad.

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    Youre right. The football was better until one or two went out the team.

    Much in the same way Jackie's team went all to hell once Armstrong and GMS left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryTheTerror View Post
    Maybe. FWIW, I don't think he should have been sacked when he was. Terrible decision.
    100% agree with you on that one.

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    Think he may do well at Morton, new regime there and possibly about to get funding increase through the Easdales involvement to an already sound well run community club.

    Hoping he’s not about do better than us stuck with Slabber and nae pot to piss in.

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