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  1. Aye and here's hoping our "Questions" will be answered.
  2. Oh and by the way the new kit goes on sale this Thursday and you can buy your season tickets with 10% discount for early birds. Roll up roll up. Crisis, what crisis? Carry on regardless.
  3. I will revert back to a post I made a few weeks ago about our financial predicament. The question of whether we are about to go into administration could well be a factor in what happens in the next few days. If it is the case then we will start life in the Championship with a points deduction. Then we will find the level that the Board seem to wish us to operate at to sustain the club in the long term. Sad times indeed.
  4. If I was a board member I would have sacked RF for his post match interview today. What an absolute disgrace. Even the Sportsound pundits were having a right go at him for that.
  5. Not forgetting us beating Motherwell of course.
  6. Great to win and give us some hope, and another performance we could have done with on umpteen occasions earlier in the season to get us well clear of relegation. I'm also amazed that we kept a clean sheet and won in that vanilla and black kit! I'm another one who will miss the Motherwell game - visiting seriously ill mother in Edinburgh. I was coming up the A9 from there tonight and about 5.30 passed the supporters' bus heading south at Blair Atholl, wishing I could have joined them in Dundee.
  7. Yes and in what kit? Can we at least ditch the vanilla one tomorrow night and play in the new Clach/chequered flag one?
  8. There was an article on Lewis in yesterday's Metro free paper and how Richie has offered to help him deal with his addiction. Unfrtunately, just below this article were two ads for betting companies including Paddy Power. How ironic.
  9. Surely it should be Cole for Anier but on the left with Mulraney switched back to the right? I also hope that Vigurs is rested. The issue with Fonners is not so much the recent injury, he just needs more resting. Could put him on the bench though as Ryan is also not fully fit.
  10. The away top looks like we've gone all Formula 1 with the chequered flag. Simple white would be better despite the Clach similarities. I would have preferred a complete change to red or even back to black. I'd also forgotten how cheap looking the Errea gear is. Remember their top sizes are 2 down from normal. So if you are a large it's 2XL you will need to order.
  11. Matchday Thread

    Good to win but we were woeful in the 2nd half. Let Hamilton boss the game and push us back to our own box for most of it then wasted chances on the break. I think it's just delaying the inevitable and we can't keep a clean sheet. Play like that against Killie next week and we'll get humped. Andrew Dallas (from Lanarkshire?) also had a nightmare in the 2nd half.
  12. If our situation wasn't as bad as it is I would give that comment a rofl, but sadly you are absolutely right. I wonder if RF had a hand in choosing that strip too.
  13. A change of manager seems to be working for Dundee so far today. Just to rub salt in our wounds Ross, Vincent and Williams all seem to be playing their part. That's us pretty well fooked now!
  14. Matchday Thread

    When I made postings in November and December last year about how I felt we were sinking into the mire and feared the worst I was lambasted by quite a few folk on this forum and told to stop being so negative. Now when you read nearly every posting on tonight's game these seem to vindicate my "alleged" ramblings. Nevertheless I have continued to go to matches in the hope that we might turn the corner. No chance though after witnessing tonight's debacle, not helped again by not getting the rub of the green from yet another referee. I was also listening to Barry Wilson and Charlie Christie on Radio Scotland whilst driving back early from Dungwall. Yes, I was one of the several who left immediately after the fourth goal. Up until this season I had never left a game before the final whistle. I must have left at least five times this year alone and tonight was the earliest, with 30 minutes to go. Some folk around us left when the second goal went in and headed for The Mallard. Charlie touched on a number of matters post match that suggested there are more deep seated issues, which I also heard strong rumours about two weeks ago. With poor home attendances and not kicking on after our Cup win, youth and Under 20s players not being offered new contracts, a large senior squad with a high wage bill and retaining a manager because the Board can't afford to sack him, all points to a club in serious financial trouble. Yet we have been told the Club has been in the black for a few seasons now? If the rumours I heard from more than one source are true (and I desperately hope not), then we don't just face dropping into The Championship, but League 2 for next season, just like that dark force of evil from Govan. This would be very very grave indeed and I fear we might never recover from it.
  15. Is there something more deep seated than just a difference of opinion on the way the club is being run? How secure are we financially if we go down?