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Thread: QOS v AYR UTD

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagapapa View Post
    Halftime... not the worst performance but no big surprise that Ayr have levelled. Hopefully we can get the point full time. Hmmmm?
    Humble pie for tea again and I couldn't care less. Very good and exciting second half where Queens could have ended up with four goals.they never cease to infuriate you,do they? Why can't they do this every game?

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    After a rather drab first half that was a decent shift the lads put in for the second deservedly winning comfortably. Enforced subs Oliver and McCartney certainly looked the part today coming on for Hamilton and Pybus respectively doing their starting prospects no harm whatsoever but the real issue may have been Dobbie limping off near the end. Hopefully these will be short term injuries and we can now kick on but you do have to remember that this is Queens so anything may happen.

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    Dobbie wasn't limping off at the end he just felt a twinge on his back. Sure he will be fine, He dug in today didn't score but offered so much more to the team. He is a great captain for the club, at the end of the game he jogged over to a child in the portland Road end to give them his top. Top man👍

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    Match highlights for those who didn’t make it >>>


    https://youtu.be/tooaPxlIQ7Y

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    Another fantastic display by Queens after 3 rather poor performances. As Bagapapa states why can't Queens deliver that level of effort every week?

    I fully accept that in football (like any sport) we cannot expect the team to be brushing every team aside with ease and scoring goals for fun, - but there was a real desire to win yesterday and that was sadly lacking against ICT and by all accounts Dunfermline.

    One thing that is for sure is that despite having a very small team (in terms of height) particularly in midfield and up front, we can cause the best of sides real problems if we keep the ball on the deck.

    So can we keep the desire going and the ball on the ground please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    Another fantastic display by Queens after 3 rather poor performances. As Bagapapa states why can't Queens deliver that level of effort every week?

    I fully accept that in football (like any sport) we cannot expect the team to be brushing every team aside with ease and scoring goals for fun, - but there was a real desire to win yesterday and that was sadly lacking against ICT and by all accounts Dunfermline.

    One thing that is for sure is that despite having a very small team (in terms of height) particularly in midfield and up front, we can cause the best of sides real problems if we keep the ball on the deck.

    So can we keep the desire going and the ball on the ground please?
    There was no lack of desire at Dunfermline. We were very poor and deservedly lost but the effort was there IMHO.

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    I wasn't at the Dunfermline match - so simply accepting the reports of others. If your summation is correct that is most certainly a bonus.

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