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Thread: QOS v ALLOA

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    QOS v ALLOA

    Following Alloa's defeat of Arbroath last, - just four points separate the bottom 6 clubs, - so the Championship is as tight as ever.

    It is imperative that Queens look for a win on Saturday to achieve some distance between themselves and Alloa and then repeat the exercise the following week against Dunfermline.

    Instead of wallowing in self pity at the loss of our goalkeeper and El Bak, - let us offer as much encouragement as we can to the club in their efforts to find replacements. You'd almost think the club was to blame for the Morroccan's and Rangers decisions to recall their players, - the way some folk go on!

    Come on folks, a wee bit of sympathy here, - imagine if you were in that position?

    Let's get ourselves along on Saturday and offer as much support as we can, - instead of moaning behind the keyboard.

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    Referee...Gavin Duncan

    AR1...David Roome

    AR2...George King

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    The loss of these two talented players has nothing actually to do with the club and was against their wishes but could do nothing about either departure unfortunately. We are we are but that should not stop us from supporting our beloved club but continually pitching in with negativity does no one any good. A play off spot is still not beyond Queens but only if we all pull together that being the fans, players and management. Mon the South.

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    Well said Jardi and Spike.

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    It’s about time we beat Alloa. They are our bogey team.

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    Well that was another disastrous result against Alloa. Big Brownlie was on self destruct today. We are now really in the sh|t.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloreburn View Post
    Well that was another disastrous result against Alloa. Big Brownlie was on self destruct today. We are now really in the sh|t.
    Perhaps Brownlie's mind is already at Firhill

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    Why doesn't Magic throw on Irving after losing that 3rd goal with 9 mins to go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALBERTZ_11 View Post
    Why doesn't Magic throw on Irving after losing that 3rd goal with 9 mins to go?
    Another of his poor decisions today if rumours are true that Brownlie is away, he shouldn't have been near the pitch. What a difference Hamilton made when replacing Oliver at halftime should have been on from the start...

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Dobbie View Post
    Another of his poor decisions today if rumours are true that Brownlie is away, he shouldn't have been near the pitch. What a difference Hamilton made when replacing Oliver at halftime should have been on from the start...
    I still reckon Brownlie will be retained at Palmerston until the end of the season, whether he is playing well or not, as Queens are light on options for centre backs.

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