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    Queens v Falkirk

    Two home games in four days for Queens starting with bottom of the league Falkirk this Saturday. Despite their struggles so far I wouldn’t be surprised if they cause us a few problems. Need a completely different game plan than the one that work so well against Dunfermline at the weekend. These are the games we need to win if we want a play off place come April.

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    Colin Steven is the match official this Saturday & Alan Newlands on Tuesday night against Morton

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloreburn View Post
    Colin Steven is the match official this Saturday & Alan Newlands on Tuesday night against Morton
    Many thanks...😱

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    Dont be fooled by Falkirk's low points total. Things are not going well for them at the moment but they have some good players who will hit it off at some point.

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    the next two games are games we can win ,we have to go out there and treat these two games as cup finals as if we win these next two v falkirk then morton it will set up our season .

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    It is a big ask to take 6 points from these 2 games but if we approach them in a positive manner I can see Sir Stephen getting on the goal trail again.
    As has been said that sets us up nicely as we make our way towards the end of the year.
    Hopefully GGH will be on the way back after these games.
    I am looking forward to these games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUSKY View Post
    It is a big ask to take 6 points from these 2 games but if we approach them in a positive manner I can see Sir Stephen getting on the goal trail again.
    As has been said that sets us up nicely as we make our way towards the end of the year.
    Hopefully GGH will be on the way back after these games.
    I am looking forward to these games.


    Same here Musky. Can’t wait to see the team this week despite not playing too well recently. 6 points would be huge for Queens but certainly not impossible.

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    i see the next two games massive for our season ,nows the time to put a push on and get up there .

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    Will be very disappointed if Semple rested again.

    Has been excellent so far this season. Not sure the reason. Maybe an agreement with Sheffield that we don’t over play him after a long injury.

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    If you listened to the managers comments after last week's game you will have heard him give his reasons for dropping Semple to the bench, I was surprised he was dropped but understood after hearing what Naysmith said.

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    So do we take the manager at his word and see Semple back over the next couple of games?

    I hope so.

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    So do we take the manager at his word and see Semple back over the next couple of games?

    I hope so.
    Yes sure he will feature again soon.

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    With Falkirk's confidence surely fragile it is important that we are fast out of the blocks and put them on the back foot as soon as possible. Harkins is a big miss from the creativity point of view so others will be needed to plug that gap. Sterling will hopefully be on his game today as we need his direct running towards their defence to cause the panic required to create spaces for the front two. Important week for Queens and if we can gather the full six points then we will be in a great position to challenge for those play off. spots.

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    Good 3 points last week from not a great game but a very important win and sets us up nicely for these 2 home games.

    Today will be interesting as we should hopefully be back to attacking football looking to beat a poor Falkirk side quite comfortable if we score early but if we let Falkirk score first then that would give them some confidence that could then make this more tricky to get the win we should be looking for from this match.

    Come on Queens!

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    This is bad. Missed penalty sums it up. A point here will be a bonus..... don't bet on it!

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    Attacking now and showwing what we can do when we do attack rather than sit back. Get in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagapapa View Post
    Attacking now and showwing what we can do when we do attack rather than sit back. Get in!


    well part one of our season setup fixtures done with a 2-0 win ,now for morton for the second part ,win this and we are looking forward ,the platform will be set .win this and keep in there through december and then its time to strengthen in the january window for the final push .
    Last edited by Francis_begbie_HFC; 27-10-2018 at 04:13 PM.

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    Game of two halves. Hopeless containment football first half which was horrible to watch, but served its purpose. Second half more attack minded which was deserved with two simply lovely quickfire goals. Never seen that coming. Over the 90 mins better team. Mon the South!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagapapa View Post
    Game of two halves. Hopeless containment football first half which was horrible to watch, but served its purpose. Second half more attack minded which was deserved with two simply lovely quickfire goals. Never seen that coming. Over the 90 mins better team. Mon the South!
    Today's attendance of 1,463 is the lowest I can ever remember at home against Falkirk. Normally we get one of our better crowds of the season against them, they must have brought a poor following today.
    Last edited by Truthhurts; 27-10-2018 at 05:10 PM.

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