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    Qos v Morton Tues Night

    We win 2-0 and Morton are scudded 5-0 , albeit by possibly the strongest team in the league. Does that point to a home win ? I hope so and we could go third if all goes right. Cant wait , bring it on !

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSLEFTPEG View Post
    We win 2-0 and Morton are scudded 5-0 , albeit by possibly the strongest team in the league. Does that point to a home win ? I hope so and we could go third if all goes right. Cant wait , bring it on !
    Indeed a great chance to go 3rd. What could possibly go wrong . Joking apart, I fancy us to win it. As you say bring it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dobmeister View Post
    Indeed a great chance to go 3rd. What could possibly go wrong . Joking apart, I fancy us to win it. As you say bring it on.
    All week I heard " you/ we should beat Falkirk as they are rubbish etc" I didn't think it would be easy at all. This through past experience and especially at half time with it looking like 'one of those days' when nothing was really going right . Credit to the team as we have won two in a row now without being at our best. A great habit to learn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSLEFTPEG View Post
    All week I heard " you/ we should beat Falkirk as they are rubbish etc" I didn't think it would be easy at all. This through past experience and especially at half time with it looking like 'one of those days' when nothing was really going right . Credit to the team as we have won two in a row now without being at our best. A great habit to learn.
    Totally agree. The ability we have in the team (in particular once Harkins returns) means when we play well we are tough opponents. If we can add in an ability to dig out positive results when not at our best then we have a real chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dobmeister View Post
    Totally agree. The ability we have in the team (in particular once Harkins returns) means when we play well we are tough opponents. If we can add in an ability to dig out positive results when not at our best then we have a real chance.


    if we can stay in the hunt up until end of december ,as we usually strengthen a bit in january going by past years i think we will have a real chance .the other teams will defo strengthen in january i can see the window being very busy .

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    Yes Caldwell at Plastic Whistle already hinting in today's press of a January clear - out and i can see the Bairns
    making a few changes also.

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    If Queens take the game to the opposition as we did yesterday in thTe second half we are more than capable of beating any team in this league, home and away. This sitting back/containing football is horrible to watch even if it does get some reward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagapapa View Post
    If Queens take the game to the opposition as we did yesterday in thTe second half we are more than capable of beating any team in this league, home and away. This sitting back/containing football is horrible to watch even if it does get some reward.


    you just have to go back and look at st mirren when thay won the championship under gus mcpherson ,thay played horrible football containing tactics all season and even the st mirren fans wernt turning up to watch even tho thay were running away with the league ,thay went up and got pumped back down right away then following season under a manager that wanted to play decent football thay finished near bottom of championship with near double average gate than there promotion season ,so there is fans that turn up to watch attractive football regardless the result .i found this out speaking with a st mirren fan last time we played them ,he stopped going while under mcpherson .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis_begbie_HFC View Post
    you just have to go back and look at st mirren when thay won the championship under gus mcpherson ,thay played horrible football containing tactics all season and even the st mirren fans wernt turning up to watch even tho thay were running away with the league ,thay went up and got pumped back down right away then following season under a manager that wanted to play decent football thay finished near bottom of championship with near double average gate than there promotion season ,so there is fans that turn up to watch attractive football regardless the result .i found this out speaking with a st mirren fan last time we played them ,he stopped going while under mcpherson .
    St Mirren won the Scottish Championship last season then their manager departs and looks like they'll go back down again.

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    Another big game for Queens tonight. We really need to be winning our home games against teams like Morton especially with 2 very tricky away fixtures coming up against Dundee United and Ayr United

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    The rewards of winning this game should be enough incentive for the players tonight so hopefully they will be more than up for the task and can claim that third place spot. Surely Dobbie will get back on the goal trail once again. Mon the South.

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    Really need a supportive crowd tonight to help the players take Queens into third place.
    Hopefully crowd will be over a thousand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcfc57 View Post
    Really need a supportive crowd tonight to help the players take Queens into third place.
    Hopefully crowd will be over a thousand.


    Unfortunately wonít be a good crowd tonight. There never is for a midweek fixture.

    Must still be so frustrating for the BOD that crowds are so low especially with players like Stephen Dobbie in your team

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    Looking forward to the match tonight and with Mortons thrashing at the weekend they will be low on confidence so surely if queens can score early that would gave us the best chance to picking up another 3 points.

    Come on Queens!

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    Great opportunity missed. Played better than Saturday. Canít defend like that though and expect to win. Morton two chances two goals. At least Dobbie back scoring. Tough two away fixtures to come. Real smash and grab from Morton

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcfc57 View Post
    Great opportunity missed. Played better than Saturday. Canít defend like that though and expect to win. Morton two chances two goals. At least Dobbie back scoring. Tough two away fixtures to come. Real smash and grab from Morton
    TBF we won in a smash and grab manner at Dunfermline. Still hugely frustrating to lose tonight though. Really tough game at Tannadice on Saturday. United already seem improved under Neilson and their fans seem much more positive. We do have a decent record there though with a couple of draws and a win at Tannadice in the last 2 seasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcfc57 View Post
    Really need a supportive crowd tonight to help the players take Queens into third place.
    Hopefully crowd will be over a thousand.
    Just scraped over the 1,000 mark - 1174 less just over 100 from Greenock !

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    Just sitting at work reflecting now. We played far better tonight than Saturday yet got beat. Morton pinned right back for long periods and still won. So frustrating. Special mention to the young team tonight who were my man of the match. Kept the drum beat and singing up all game and were superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Just scraped over the 1,000 mark - 1174 less just over 100 from Greenock !
    Just over 1000 home fans ain't great.

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