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    Quote Originally Posted by shedka View Post
    County about to kick off shortly on bt sport vs East Fife in irn bru cup, so they won't be playing the league fixture originally scheduled

    3 pts would be very good tomorrow, however then and ayr will still drop pts too
    Ross County win so rack up another fizzy cup game to be played in addition to their SC replay coming up Tuesday, PLUS their game tomorrow pp v Falkirk. Can only help

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    No Reynolds, Connolly or Fyvie in the 18 today due to the horrible surface. What happens if we get Hamilton in the playoff final?

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    We would beat them, that's what

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    Why mcmullan over Nesbitt or Smith though, that's mental

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arab 8010 View Post
    No Reynolds, Connolly or Fyvie in the 18 today due to the horrible surface. What happens if we get Hamilton in the playoff final?
    Oh dear. Thought Reynolds was going to play on plastic for us. Loss of both centre halves is not going to help though Frans and Bouhenna aren’t too bad - good enough that we should still be winning this 🤞🤞🤞

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    Not confident one little bit now. Surely we should keep our recognised and best attacking set-up to keep them away from our pish-poor defence. Their keeper will more than likely play like Buffon! Watch our Centre Back crumble...

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    Great attitude, I knew Reynolds wouldn't play, Connolly wasn't sure about, hardly makes our defence pish poor, only puzzling one is mcmullan over Nesbitt or Smith

    Plus Queens are solid and don't give much away at home

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    0-1 pen Clark
    QOS down to 10 men
    C'mon United!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shedka View Post
    only puzzling one is mcmullan over Nesbitt or Smith

    Plus Queens are solid and don't give much away at home
    Was puzzled by McMullan getting the nod as well, but commentary seems to point to him upping his game yet again this season.

    On the other hand, Queens seem to be on an off day!

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    C'mon United! Keep a clean sheet.

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    Brilliant. Gained two points on Ayr with a win over a side that is difficult to beat away from home. With Ross county getting overburdened with additional fixtures and out lads just getting into their stride conditions are looking increasingly favourable for us

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    An excellent away win.

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    Great win, we really need a good run of wins now! Raymundos Falkirk next, mon the shed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arab 8010 View Post
    No Reynolds, Connolly or Fyvie in the 18 today due to the horrible surface. What happens if we get Hamilton in the playoff final?
    It would be the last game of the season so worth the risk.

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    There is no doubt that Ross County and Ayr were hoping for QOS to do them a favour today on the plastic, this was a great result, and Robbie will be delighted that when he brings in the fringe players because of the plastic concerns then we can still grind out a result, cmon united I'm really confident now we will prevail come the end of the season. Feeling proud again to be an Arab.

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    That's 3 wins out of 3 since the new recruits came in. The one small concerning pattern is in all 3 games excellent first half, more of a struggle in 2nd half. I think this will get better as all the players get up to speed with match fitness.

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    Great win today and a confidence booster for fringe players who started

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    Absolutely delighted with that result.

    Onwards to Falkirk. Can we keep this run going?

    C'mon Utd - we can do this!

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    great win, in a difficult away fixture, especially with that starting 11, controlled first half, but don't know what happened second half. Gomis had a good first half, but second he was screening the centre halves, and maybe as a result instead of our centre halves coming through and heading away long balls, he was competing for headers against a guy twice his size who was dropping off, and not surprisingly won nothing.

    Absolute gift from their defender for our pen, which is a bit worrying considering the chances that we made first half we had to rely on a pen. Pawlett borderline call for offiside goal, went off injured, hopefully nothing. Big win.

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    Did he go off injured? sky sports reported it but my mate who was there said he wasnt injured?

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