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Thread: Aberdeen v queens

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    Aberdeen v queens

    I reckon that Queens will be in the same position Falkirk found themselves (against us) last weekend, - when they meet Aberdeen on Sunday, - because the Dons will have picked up niggles, strains and potentially sending's off as well against Rangers on Wednesday night.

    Aberdeen v Rangers is a massive game for both clubs, so this could all work in our favour, just as long as Queens turn up and give 100% and have a full squad to choose from.

    Come on the South!

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    Another of these nothing to lose games so the pressure will should be off Queens and very much on Aberdeen. With a positive attitude from the off we can certainly give them a game and you just never know we may sneak a result up at Pittodrie and I would never bet against them.

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    Totally agree Spike, - and Queens in their faces from the off will be quite a bit to take after facing Rangers tomorrow night.

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    I see Jardi is empathising the importance of the game by putting up two threads . Anyway, I have to echo what is being said here. The game for Aberdeen tonight will be an exhausting one whether they win, lose or draw. The hope is that they will feel the after affects of such a game . We had another poor result last Saturday and no one will fancy us at all now . This ' no expectation whatsover' situation suits Queens down to the ground and on our day we can be very good . Its almost like we revel in the underdog status but crumble if we are favourites . You just never know lads , Sunday might not be a foregone conclusion.
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    JR, I'm cautiously with you on this one and particularly the fact that Aberdeen have the exertions of this evening to contend with.

    A hard fought Aberdeen win tonight would be the best we could hope for, - as that would put them 2nd in the league and add considerably to the gate on Sunday as well.

    Aberdeen will not overlook Queens' threat, - but they will look upon the Dundee result as a 'one off' particularly as they will have analysed us at Falkirk.

    You never know, - that drubbing last week may well have worked in our favour?

    Regardless of the theory, Queens will still need to play at their very best, and Aberdeen will have to be off the pace

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    http://www.qosfc.com/news-4347

    Media frenzy at Queens training....

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    Dons currently getting pumped by the Sons of William. I fear we may see the backlash on Sunday if things don't alter here.

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    McKenna now suspended after his straight red tonight. Aberdeen put a good shift in during the 2nd half and thought they’d equalise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloreburn View Post
    McKenna now suspended after his straight red tonight. Aberdeen put a good shift in during the 2nd half and thought they’d equalise.
    Ripe for the taking come Sunday 3:30 so let's go for the jugular from the off. Mon the South.

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    Maybe a little optimistic to suggest that the Dons will be suffering both psychologically and physically from what appears to have been an epic battle, - but one thing's for sure, - if Queens come out of the blocks fast and chase every ball down, - they will have every chance on Sunday.

    Losing McKenna for Sunday and not getting the draw they probably deserved, - while losing the succour goal is not the best way for any team to prepare, but that being said Bagagapa may be right to suggest that we may suffer an Aberdeen backlash if we do not set out our stall properly.

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    We’ll need to be at our very best if we’re to come away from Aberdeen with a result. They’re a good team and the big lad up front is a right handful. Thought their captain Graeme Shinnie was outstanding last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrol1919 View Post
    We’ll need to be at our very best if we’re to come away from Aberdeen with a result. They’re a good team and the big lad up front is a right handful. Thought their captain Graeme Shinnie was outstanding last night.
    Yes arrol the big six foot two inch ex - Carlisle United striker is really on fire at the moment with an impressive run of goals as no doubt the watching Mr Naysmith will have noted.

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    As Jardi has pointed out they will have to have an off day and we will need to bring our A game with us but you just never know especially in the cup.

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    Has anyone got Queens modern day record vs. Aberdeen in cup competitions, say going back to the Seventies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Has anyone got Queens modern day record vs. Aberdeen in cup competitions, say going back to the Seventies?

    Google it for Gods sake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Has anyone got Queens modern day record vs. Aberdeen in cup competitions, say going back to the Seventies?
    Thought you worked in a North Ayrshire library Albertz ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Thought you worked in a North Ayrshire library Albertz ?


    anyways guys whats the word on our injuries heading into this aberdeen match ,as i canny see us getting anything without low and todd in the side .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis_begbie_HFC View Post
    anyways guys whats the word on our injuries heading into this aberdeen match ,as i canny see us getting anything without low and todd in the side .
    Dougal read what Mr Naysmith is saying in today's Standard about the availability of players and the effect of injuries - it is quite a tale of woe !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftivano1 View Post
    Thought you worked in a North Ayrshire library Albertz ?
    South Ayrshire it was...

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