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    Queens v Dundee United


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    To kick off our centenary season the players will be piped on to the pitch this weekend and 100 balloons released into the air

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    What other plans do Queens have for their centenary season ?

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    Our opening home fixture of this season is a repeat of our final home game of last season - here are the goals that were scored that day.



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    Steven Kirkland is the referee at Palmerston tomorrow.

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    There is a centenary mug in the club shop priced at £6 plus £4.50 postage in applicable !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Steven Kirkland is the referee at Palmerston tomorrow.
    Zzzzzzzzz

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloreburn View Post
    What other plans do Queens have for their centenary season ?
    Zzzzzzz

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Zzzzzzz


    Act your age ALBERTZ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmylad View Post
    To kick off our centenary season the players will be piped on to the pitch this weekend and 100 balloons released into the air
    Lets get right behind the team on this important occasion I'm looking forward to this game and enjoying our football and the enthusiasm of the players and management

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baw Heid View Post
    Lets get right behind the team on this important occasion I'm looking forward to this game and enjoying our football and the enthusiasm of the players and management
    Well said Baw Heid and lets have a good vocal support for the team today to start us off on the Centenary journey at Palmerston.

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    So the first home league match is here in what is a special season for Queens against Dundee Utd who we beat twice and lost twice last season.
    Csaba László is still the manager for Dundee Utd and the fans want him gone and even said that they are happy to lose if it means he gets sacked but we must not focus on that and just play our own game and if it`s anything like last time we played them at home what a start that would be.

    Come on Queens!

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    Tell aloreburn to act his age...

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    Had a go in the second half to be fair after total rubbish in the first period. Joe 90 (Yannick Loemba) run the show for the first 45 minutes and neither Doyle, Jacobs and Stirling could handle him. Youngsters Murray and Tremble made little difference when they came on and
    the bench is a worry as it looks very weak.

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    After some fine attacking play pre season and the first few opening games had high hopes we had finally turned a corner but NO it appears Naysmith is back to his comfort zone of negative football...

    Dobbie up front on his own. Did he not learn anything from last season !?!?!

    Our strongest point is attack.

    Yes we were the better team in the second half but we can't afford to give teams a headstart then play catch up.

    The home form needs to improve this season if anything for the managers own future.

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    Unless my eyes were playing tricks on me , I noticed something about United's first goal that no one else I spoke to even mentioned. The referee seemed to step in front of a Queens player that was receiving a simple pass. The United player then got straight onto this loose ball and ran before slotting home . It will be interesting to see the highlights.----This was the biggest looking crowd of just under 1,700 that I have seen in 40 years of watching Queens.----------'Thought the team gave everything in the end up after a poor first half but it wasn't to be . Big mention to Kyle Jacobs part in our goal. Sheer drive , determination and a helluva cross.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSLEFTPEG View Post
    Unless my eyes were playing tricks on me , I noticed something about United's first goal that no one else I spoke to even mentioned. The referee seemed to step in front of a Queens player that was receiving a simple pass. The United player then got straight onto this loose ball and ran before slotting home . It will be interesting to see the highlights.----This was the biggest looking crowd of just under 1,700 that I have seen in 40 years of watching Queens.----------'Thought the team gave everything in the end up after a poor first half but it wasn't to be . Big mention to Kyle Jacobs part in our goal. Sheer drive , determination and a helluva cross.
    Yes mate I shouted '' get the - - - k out the way ref '' at that moment and several fans on P and B have mentioned the ref's balls - up also

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    After some fine attacking play pre season and the first few opening games had high hopes we had finally turned a corner but NO it appears Naysmith is back to his comfort zone of negative football...


    Got it in one mate.Another season of crap league football awaits.

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