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    Morton v Queens

    And so another season begins. Really looking forward to this one despite it looking like the hardest one weíve played in for a good few years. Iíve had a shot at predicting it but itís complete guess work. Canít see Ayr or Alloa being a push over either. Both will be hard to breakdown
    Hopefully Dobbie can get the goals needed to be 2nd in the alltime goalscorer list , he deserves it

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    https://youtu.be/ma96AeXKlfE

    The thoughts of Ray McKinnon

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    The start of the actual season is finally here. Optimistic about Queens this season though looking at the Championship, anyone could finish anywhere. Mon the South

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    That’s a decent point after being 2-0 down. Gave them two goals but showed great spirit equalising and taking a point

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    Amazing double save from their keeper in the first half. Thought we looked the better team but they took their chances whereas we missed a few. Need to strengthen the bench.

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    Any news on the female Queens fan that had the fall in the "tunnel" looked pretty bad.Hope she is ok!

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    Before the game most would have settled for a 2-2 draw but the pluses are coming back from the deficit and others getting on the scoresheet. Looking forward to the home game next Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloreburn View Post
    That’s a decent point after being 2-0 down. Gave them two goals but showed great spirit equalising and taking a point
    Great to see the young CB getting his goal. Great determination to make amends. Support was great and the away kit was impressive. Looking forward to next Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooby_blue View Post
    And so another season begins. Really looking forward to this one despite it looking like the hardest one weíve played in for a good few years. Iíve had a shot at predicting it but itís complete guess work. Canít see Ayr or Alloa being a push over either. Both will be hard to breakdown
    Hopefully Dobbie can get the goals needed to be 2nd in the alltime goalscorer list , he deserves it

    Thats a great result for Ayr United yesterday and other 2 goals for Lawrence Shankland. Theyíll do well to keep a hold of him

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    Morton

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    Not the greatest video I have seen but result was ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOABBY View Post
    Not the greatest video I have seen but result was ok
    Yes , not the best . A young Morton fan does one of these 'vlogs' for every game and he does a decent job in the circumstances.

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    Hopefully the official video will be posted soon along with the post match interviews.

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    Going by the video plenty of positives to take from the game. Very unlucky not to win it.
    Such a tough league though this season. Apart from Alloa there isn't really a team you could say we should be taking 3 points from..

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    Many positives in that Queens are actually playing attacking football.Long may it continue and the goals keep banging in.

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    Good interview by Naysmith and an excellent one from a very articulate Michael Doyle both of whom emphasize the small size of the squad this season and the need for everyone to fully get behind them as a consequence. There appears to be a great deal of camaraderie in the group which is necessary in such a small group of players so it is equally important that we as fans fully get behind the team in the same manner and banish the booboys would can crawl out of the woodwork especially at Palmerston. Onwards and upwards, Mon the South.

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    Good interviews again , cheers.

    Can I ask where the Stranraer highlights are please. The Clyde ones were the next day after the game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikefaethesouth View Post
    Good interview by Naysmith and an excellent one from a very articulate Michael Doyle both of whom emphasize the small size of the squad this season and the need for everyone to fully get behind them as a consequence. There appears to be a great deal of camaraderie in the group which is necessary in such a small group of players so it is equally important that we as fans fully get behind the team in the same manner and banish the booboys would can crawl out of the woodwork especially at Palmerston. Onwards and upwards, Mon the South.

    The small squad will absolutely kill us once injuries and suspensions kick in. Hewitson has tightened the purse strings again and must back the management team or our centenary season could end up a DISASTER

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