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County Vs Falkirk 12/03/19
#1
The games are coming thick and fast.....

I take it Keillor-Dunn can't be selected for Falkirk??

Hopefully another 3 points and not too tough a game so we are not wrecked for Friday night.
 
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#2
Hope not, he played a blinder on Friday nite by all accounts.
Hell return to us next season in Premiership after getting a run of games which was lacking with us. Still a yoof u know.
 
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#3
This has the feel of a potential banana skin. Hopefully having seen Bairns beat Ayr pretty comprehensively there will be no lack of concentration. Heavy schedule coming up but we need to give them as much respect as anyone else.
 
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#4
Falkirk are unbeaten in 2019, and beat Ayr on Saturday. This could be a difficult night in rough conditions.
 
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#5
A win tonight would be a great result,as I 'm not too confident going into Friday nights game ,with them being on a roll and our injury list,two defeats on the bounce could really damage us.
But on a positive ,I'd take 4 points out of 6 , pull further away from Dundee Utd before they have even kicked a ball.
 
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#6
With 7 wins and 2 draws in our last 9 games........we don't need to fear anyone, 6 points, C'mon the County!
 
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#7
Anyone know the team for tonight yet?
 
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#8
Fox, Fraser, Watson, Grivosti, Van Der Weg, Gardyne, Cowie, Lindsay, Spence, Mullin, Graham

Subs, Munro, McManus, Boyle, Semple, Paton, Armstrong, MacBeath
 
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#9
(03-12-2019, 08:17 PM)wemyss77 Wrote: Fox, Fraser, Watson, Grivosti, Van Der Weg, Gardyne, Cowie, Lindsay, Spence, Mullin, Graham

Subs, Munro, McManus, Boyle, Semple, Paton, Armstrong, MacBeath

Cheers Wemyss. Let's hope for a win.
 
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#10
One nil county. Brian Graham.
 
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#11
2-0 now (Watson) sounds like 2 very good goals going by Twitter. Hope we don't do a Partick
 
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#12
2-1. Penalty. Lovejoy scorer. Grivosti sent off for second yellow. Nervy run to the end now
 
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#13
A game we really should have wrapped up and ended up surviving a nervy last five minutes.

Semple and Boyle both came on, hope they're fit for Friday!
Quote:God bless the Stag Men and Children.
 
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#14
Grivosti out of Inverness game now,he will be rueing his first booking for dissent,albeit a soft booking
 
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#15
The referee looked desperate to send a County player off at times, he was shocking.
Quote:God bless the Stag Men and Children.
 
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#16
(03-13-2019, 12:07 AM)Despot Wrote: The referee looked desperate to send a County player off at times, he was shocking.

Can't disagree with you there,and as for the west stand linesman ,especially in the first half,wow.
 
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#17
(03-13-2019, 12:13 AM)tattiedave Wrote: Can't disagree with you there,and as for the west stand linesman ,especially in the first half,wow.

That was evident when he booked Graham for throwing the ball away. Referees seem to lack consistency.
 
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#18
Any win at this stage of the season is good. Caley up next, hope we can churn out another 3 points against them.
 
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#19
(03-13-2019, 08:00 AM)Guernsey Staggie Wrote: Any win at this stage of the season is good. Caley up next, hope we can churn out another 3 points against them.

another major plus for all us " Eaststanders ", is that we can finally hear the announcer !!!
 
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#20
(03-13-2019, 08:53 AM)davie Wrote: another major plus for all us " Eaststanders ", is that we can finally hear the announcer !!!

Same in the Jailend, either his voice has dropped or they've sorted out the sound system.

A comfortable win. Some nice play at times, if a bit tippy-tappy around the box, chances to shoot wasted with another sideways pass.

 
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