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Thread: Four changes in the team

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    Four changes in the team

    Alan Campbell and Mark O'Hara have "non-covid" illnesses, Bevis Migabi is injured and Stephen O'Donnel is suspended. So, in come Max Johnston, Tyler Magloire, Liam Polworth and Robbie Crawford.

    This could be an interesting afternoon.

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    You wonder just how bad Robinson, Semple etc have to be that we chose not to complete the bench rather than include them...or am I missing something?

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    0-1, Carroll sold it and a great finish. The length of time Carroll gets a pass for post-injury has to running out rapidly, he's sold more goals than Lamie and Mugabi combined since his return.

    We have been predictably dire...if this ends 0-1 and the other results go our way it'll be the best we can get.

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    0-2

    Maglione and Crawford, to paraphrase Fever Pitch, looked like a couple of lads who won a raffle to play a professional football match.

    You arguably can't expect great things with 15 players out or whatever but the half should be career-ending for a few guys who should, very soon, be looking for real jobs.

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    So close to getting to the break only one down but it looks like a very long 45 to come.

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    We are absolutely terrible. Injuries or not this has been a shocking performance and it just goes to highlight just how poor our squad is.

    This season cannot end quick enough so we can get the majority of this squad out the door.

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    This will end at least four or five unless St Johnstone decide not to bother ahead of the cup final...but they don't even have to work that hard.

    BBC stats say had 15 (FIF****!!) shots in that half - if they were actually any good they'd be streets ahead already. This is one of the most amateur performances I've ever seen from us.

    Summer needs a ripping up and starting again not just of the squad but scouting, training, physio etc.

    Burrows and McMahon get plenty of credit (rightly) for lots of things and given the vagaries of professional sport I think it's right they aren't judged game to game or even a single terrible season on the park. But this is not a professional football club we're watching right now - we have the money, we need to make bloody sure we spend it right in a few months regardless of what division we're in or the medium-term, never mind the short, is completely up the creek.

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    0-3 in what was another complete disgrace of a goal.

    Alexander not being manager at the start of next season must be decent odds.

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    The standards set at the club donít help. There seems to be more of a desire to improve the social media side of things rather than the playing squad.

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    That's a tricky one tbf...they have a different target market to real fans and will argue that doing that well regardless of performance and bringing in sponsors like last season is not only a positive but a necessity.

    However, I definitely agree they need to cut back - I've long since ignored 90% of it but it's just adding to the toxicity among the more important core market (to put it in their terms) right now.

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