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Thread: Arbroath v Queens - Gayfield Park

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    Arbroath v Queens - Gayfield Park

    Another massive and extremely difficult fixture for Queens this Saturday away to Arbroath.

    Massive improvement last weekend and Id go with the same starting 11 but might be tempted to somehow fit in Ally Roy as hes a better finisher than Paton.

    Max Johnston was a revelation in midfield and his crosses are ideal for players like Cameron & Roy.
    Young McGrory had a great game and has been really unlucky not to start more games.

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    big improvement last Saturday but we still didnt win. All these missed chances could see us relegated unless our luck changes soon.
    Lose at the weekend and were in serious sh!t.

    3 wins from 13 is unacceptable 😡

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    Does no one see my match threads before posting their own ones?

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    Have to agree Albertz, they're trying to make a point about you letting us know about the refs - but it's an institution for God's sake, - they don't have to like it, - but they should just accept that's what happens.

    However, - if they continue to deliberately ignore you and start their own threads, - does it really matter in the big scheme of things?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    Have to agree Albertz, they're trying to make a point about you letting us know about the refs - but it's an institution for God's sake, - they don't have to like it, - but they should just accept that's what happens.

    However, - if they continue to deliberately ignore you and start their own threads, - does it really matter in the big scheme of things?
    Not really I suppose...

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    I fear Arbroath and their never say die attitude will be too much for us tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny_dumfries View Post
    I fear Arbroath and their never say die attitude will be too much for us tomorrow.
    Certainly the best team I have seen at Palmy this season and the big striker was unplayable. They will however miss Low
    man of the match that day who I believe is injured.

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    This will be a very difficult game for Queens, - and I'm sure I'm not the only one who expects them to be beaten.

    Nevertheless, - it is a match they must step up to, - and if they play as well as they did against Raith Rovers, then a draw would be a very creditable result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny_dumfries View Post
    Another massive and extremely difficult fixture for Queens this Saturday away to Arbroath.

    Massive improvement last weekend and Id go with the same starting 11 but might be tempted to somehow fit in Ally Roy as hes a better finisher than Paton.

    Max Johnston was a revelation in midfield and his crosses are ideal for players like Cameron & Roy.
    Young McGrory had a great game and has been really unlucky not to start more games.
    Itll be the same starting 11 as last weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrol1919 View Post
    Itll be the same starting 11 as last weekend.
    Mystic Meg was indeed correct

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