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    Pars vs. Doonhamers

    Steven Reid will be the match official on Saturday at East End Park.

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    Mr. Naysmith was notably repentant in today's Standard and that is to his credit. He touched upon a number of issues including not ringing the changes and playing substitutes.

    Actions speak louder than words and we shall see if he is truly sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    Mr. Naysmith was notably repentant in today's Standard and that is to his credit. He touched upon a number of issues including not ringing the changes and playing substitutes.

    Actions speak louder than words and we shall see if he is truly sorry.
    Perhaps he's reading this forum.

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    If so, he's not a very fast reader!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    Mr. Naysmith was notably repentant in today's Standard and that is to his credit. He touched upon a number of issues including not ringing the changes and playing substitutes.

    Actions speak louder than words and we shall see if he is truly sorry.


    By all accounts a couple of the youngsters impressed the manager & Stephen Dobbie yesterday at Morton

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny_dumfries View Post
    By all accounts a couple of the youngsters impressed the manager & Stephen Dobbie yesterday at Morton



    lol are these the same youngsters that got done in by a makeshift abby vale side that had to go around asking players of the street to make up numbers for the game as the 3 or 4 queens lads abbyvale had couldnt play and couldnt field a proper team ,jeez jurys out .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis_begbie_HFC View Post
    lol are these the same youngsters that got done in by a makeshift abby vale side that had to go around asking players of the street to make up numbers for the game as the 3 or 4 queens lads abbyvale had couldnt play and couldnt field a proper team ,jeez jurys out .


    Give it a rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloreburn View Post
    Give it a rest
    Well said Aloreburn, I think that his medication need changing or stopping!!

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    As far as I understand, the boys on loan at Abbey Vale and elsewhere can play for them at the weekend's and play for Queens reserves on the Monday. That's what my mate's boy Liam ( on loan at Vale) does.

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    Francis, - clearly Queens have loaned their young players out to give them greater experience and as you are aware this is something which all clubs do, - hence why Frizzell and Semple are presently with us.

    Having a go at the club and the management for the sake of it is not at all sensible or constructive, regardless of how frustrating it might be on the side-lines when the results are not going your way.

    You often do make very sensible points, - but in this case you may have let off steam without fully considering the point.

    Never mind, - we all make mistakes, - and lets hope Queens stop making them on Saturday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    Francis, - clearly Queens have loaned their young players out to give them greater experience and as you are aware this is something which all clubs do, - hence why Frizzell and Semple are presently with us.

    Having a go at the club and the management for the sake of it is not at all sensible or constructive, regardless of how frustrating it might be on the side-lines when the results are not going your way.

    You often do make very sensible points, - but in this case you may have let off steam without fully considering the point.

    Never mind, - we all make mistakes, - and lets hope Queens stop making them on Saturday!


    jardi you missundertsood what i was saying ,the queens players that currently on loan to abbyvale couldnt play queens cuptied them so abbyvale had to go chap doors to get a few players in for the game ,one a guy i know that hasnt played at that level for 10 years or so who now has a kickabout on sundays .

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    OK Francis...totally misunderstood........does it really matter though?

    Anyway.................lets concentrate on Queens getting some better results on the pitch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    Mr. Naysmith was notably repentant in today's Standard and that is to his credit. He touched upon a number of issues including not ringing the changes and playing substitutes.

    Actions speak louder than words and we shall see if he is truly sorry.
    For sure the reaction to the East Fife defeat will be interesting although the options are fairly limited. So what does he do particularly with the defence who have been so erratic this season. Does he split up Semple and Doyle and perhaps the Canadian lad. Push Doyle out the the right full back position and bench Mercer. Marshall has been a shadow of himself this season as well in my opinion but is that to do with the set up pushing the backs too far forward leaving us exposed to quick counters. I suppose we have to wait for the game to see if the team is to be freshened up or he sticks with his tried, probably tired but erratic same players. Stay tuned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikefaethesouth View Post
    For sure the reaction to the East Fife defeat will be interesting although the options are fairly limited. So what does he do particularly with the defence who have been so erratic this season. Does he split up Semple and Doyle and perhaps the Canadian lad. Push Doyle out the the right full back position and bench Mercer. Marshall has been a shadow of himself this season as well in my opinion but is that to do with the set up pushing the backs too far forward leaving us exposed to quick counters. I suppose we have to wait for the game to see if the team is to be freshened up or he sticks with his tried, probably tired but erratic same players. Stay tuned.


    You could see how much the manager was hurting during his after match interview. He knows he should of freshened things up for the East Fife game but we need to realise hes not got a lot of options some times due to the size of our squad. Bringing on or even starting some of these youngsters is a massive gamble and one that could backfire on him and give a section of the support even more to moan about.
    Weve actually done not too bad this season but desperately need to start winning games again after a run of 5 without
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    The strongest back four baseD on the season so far is Doyle, Fordyce, Semple, Marshall.

    Without a shadow of a doubt. Unless one of those 4 have an injury ....

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    After 2 poor performances it is very important to get the 3 points today.

    The manager has a decision to make if he will change the line up with Fordyce looking most likely to come back in.

    Hoping for a good result plus a good Scottish Cup draw which will be made today at 5.45.

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    Hopefully a good 3 points on the board today. Come on the Queens!

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    Very surprised to see Semple dropped to the bench when both full backs have been disappointing lately. Hope Norman is up to speed & performs well today in his first start for the club.

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    Await the reports from those at the game but this is a huge win despite the very ordinary looking Queens stats but that is unimportant now and three points is precisely what was needed at this time.

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    Listening to pars live radio coverage there wasn't much in the game today 1 shot on target for Queens 1 goal. Didn't seem like a great performance but who cares, massive 3 points on the road..

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