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Thread: Scottish Cup Weekend

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    Scottish Cup Weekend

    I hope Queens get a game somewhere this weekend, as they are out of the Scottish Cup, to keep them ticking over, as they'll not have played in 3 weeks if they don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    I hope Queens get a game somewhere this weekend, as they are out of the Scottish Cup, to keep them ticking over, as they'll not have played in 3 weeks if they don't.
    I agree Albertz, - even if it's a non contact bounce game with local teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    I agree Albertz, - even if it's a non contact bounce game with local teams.


    reserves v first team ,id mix it about a bit tho .

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    Lots of options, - which I'm sure the manager will have under control.

    I would add though that it would make sense to play at Palmerston with two home games coming up, - allowing all the players to understand the pace and bounce of the pitch and giving them an advantage over our opposition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    Lots of options, - which I'm sure the manager will have under control.

    I would add though that it would make sense to play at Palmerston with two home games coming up, - allowing all the players to understand the pace and bounce of the pitch and giving them an advantage over our opposition.

    Nobody can understand the pace and bounce of that pitch unfortunately. It needs ripped up & replaced with a grass one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloreburn View Post
    Nobody can understand the pace and bounce of that pitch unfortunately. It needs ripped up & replaced with a grass one.
    Have you played on it??. I have quite afew times and its really not as bad as everyone is making out. Put a grass pitch down then we lose money as we can't hire it out.

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    The debate about grass is well understood and accepted by all, - and it would be utter lunacy to return to grass, - regardless of how much we would love it.

    The fact is we have a plastic pitch that requires to be mastered by the players, and this is a golden opportunity to do just that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    The debate about grass is well understood and accepted by all, - and it would be utter lunacy to return to grass, - regardless of how much we would love it.

    The fact is we have a plastic pitch that requires to be mastered by the players, and this is a golden opportunity to do just that.
    Iím still mystified how a ball can bobble on a flat plastic pitch. Watch closely next Saturday v Alloa.

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    Rangers will play Queen of the South at Ibrox in a closed door friendly on Saturday.

    Rangers players that don’t feature on Friday will play a part on Saturday to keep the fitness up for preparation of the league restart next midweek

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    Should be a decent test...

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