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    Quote Originally Posted by Dobmeister View Post
    Oh my.
    Yep let's get in a couple who were failures at Morton. Just what we need.
    Failures at Morton.....where did they finish again...oh yes, 4 places above the Doonhamers....5th

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Failures at Morton.....where did they finish again...oh yes, 4 places above the Doonhamers....5th
    so you think Morton got rid of them because they were a success. They were 10 points below a play off spot and being 5th means they were the least **** of all the teams from 5th down. Their football was every bit as rancid as ours. They are absolutely not what we need.

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    Well they were more entertaining than some of the drivel Naysmith served up....don't you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Well they were more entertaining than some of the drivel Naysmith served up....don't you think?
    Not on what i saw. They scored fewer goals than we did and the near unanimous view of their fans on P&B site was that they were absolutely awful to watch. So no i don't think there is evidence that they were a better watch than us.

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    Well they are certainly not where Queens are right now, so they must have been better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Well they are certainly not where Queens are right now, so they must have been better.
    Yep they have accrued more points than us. That is a fact but it doesn't equate with being better to watch and if they had been viewed as a success by Morton they would still be there.

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    I suppose so, then.

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    queens have a big problem in waiting until its too late ,i could see how bad queens were under naysmith since before exmas and was calling for his head right away i like to see action taken before it gets out of control .

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    Board in talks with AJ.

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    Not surprising

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis_begbie_HFC View Post
    queens have a big problem in waiting until its too late ,i could see how bad queens were under naysmith since before exmas and was calling for his head right away i like to see action taken before it gets out of control .
    I said in January that Queens were not good enough and I was shot down in flames by some. However I cannot be smug about what has happened since then. This last four months has been absolute garbage and I am pleased that tinkerman has gone.

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    He played good attacking football here. It felt like we were unbeatable under him and Sandy Clark scalping some SPL teams along the way. It's hard to overlook him.

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    I wouldn't be dissapointed with Johnston. He hasn't had that great a record after leaving us but some people are just a good fit at certain teams and he had us playing good football.

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    Yes we played good football but we had a very good pool of players playing fulltime in league 1 maybe we should bring them all back..

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    http://www.qosfc.com/news-4541

    The Magic is Back with Clark

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Dobbie View Post
    Yes we played good football but we had a very good pool of players playing fulltime in league 1 maybe we should bring them all back..
    Hmmm , they would all be 7 years older you know ?

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    Yes Maybe but I would take Holt, Durnan & Mcshane back.

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    Before I make my point , releaving Naysmith of his job of Queens manager was the correct choice. Saying that gives me no satisfaction at all, in fact , I feel a bit sorry for Gary. He gave the impression he was giving it everything he had
    .and was mainly competing against better funded teams. Ultimately though we were sinking and things were not looking likely to improve . The thing that struck me was that his body language was that of a depressed and downtrodden man at the after match interviews. In fact I thought he looked a bit gaunt and ill. I'm sure all good Queens fans will wish Naysmith all the best for the future.
    Last edited by JRSLEFTPEG; 06-05-2019 at 08:36 AM.

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    He came across as a decent guy, I agree he did look a depressed at the end, wish him well

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    Naysmith was only concerned at progressing up the management ladder and had applied for many jobs while in charge at Queens.
    Absolute chancer

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