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    Hornby

    Potentially out for the season

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    The love of fu ck.
    Playing up front for us is like being Spinal Tap's drummer.

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    Certainly having no luck with injuries to strikers. Watkins, Edmundson and now Hornby.

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    Hard one that , he looked poor first few games but some glimpses of a player before he was injured on Saturday. Dread to think how much money we’ve blown in wages for dud loanees over DM’s time with us .
    Maybe we need to get back to basics and just concentrate on recruiting for the future after DM departs , too many loan signings has killed us over the years . We need to be signing young players to develop and sell on to have any chance of progressing as a club and actually winning some silverware again .

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    Quote Originally Posted by InversneckieDob View Post
    The love of fu ck.
    Playing up front for us is like being Spinal Tap's drummer.

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    Christ almighty
    Unbelievable
    No luck at all upfront
    Best we recall Brucey boy

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    Just praying that Kamberi doesn't choke on somebody else's vomit in a bizarre training accident between now and the end of the season.

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    Certainly does look like playing up front for us like a poisoned chalice ffs.
    I feel sorry for the lad with regards to his in injury, it is a shame.
    I'm still meh on his footballing ability, but here's to a speedy recovery min.

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    His injury is a convenience for The Anchor Man in the lead up to the Celtic match. He can tell the press he has lost a big presence in his forward line. Hornby wasn’t the first striker signed by McInnes to not score for the club

    I wish the lad a speedy recovery though....he actually injured himself having a shot at goal in our last match. That’ll teach him.

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    Let's face it, he looked so bad, none of us would have been giving him a start, possibly not even a place on the bench.

    We've got to stop these ridiculous loans.

    Promote players from the reserves*, it's the only way.




    * For f'uck sake bring back the reserve league.

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