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  1. Predict our goals in league

    Hi guys, Thinking for a little fun we should predict league goal top scorers in team by end of season. There is a lot of negative comments so far about our attacking options so thought we could try to turn this into a bit of a game. So top 3 goalscorers for next season , top assists, and total goals for team. Oakley 17 Susan 16 Baird 13 Assists Mulreany 20 Vigurs 16 Seedorf 12 Total team goals 56 Expecting pelters but waiting for United match to confirm or deny Susan brilliance. . . .
  2. Team for Falkirk

    Ridgers Mackay Elsdon Warren Calder Seedorf draper vigurs Oakley baird mulraeny Controversial way to get seedorf further forward?
  3. Top 5 predictions

    Hi Seen jim spence ask the question a week or so ago and wondered if we could do it as part of the forum using the voting functionality in one form or another. Who will be the top 5 teams in the championship this year and what order. I think ill predict after falkirk match but before then i would maybe go St mirren Caley Dundee utd Dunfermline Falkirk Is there anything clever like the player voting we could do to give everyone a go?
  4. Player of the Year 2016-17

    And players playing in a well functioning team in their best position.
  5. The Ian Vigurs enigma

    Really positive discussion turning into a bit of a disagreement . The whole point of the thread was to bring people together to discuss positively facts and measured statements of Iains performance and not go into the i like/dont like debate that we seem able to sustain on any subject on these forums. Please look back to the starting point of the discussion and go forward in that spirit.
  6. The Ian Vigurs enigma

    I think we should leave it for a few weeks to see how robbo shapes and motivated the team. I just felt vigurs deserved better treatment from us as he seemed to be very polarising and easily criticised.
  7. Stirling Albion -V- Inverness CT

    Last year this was a game we would have lost so i am taking a positive from that. We had 20 shots which is good but with so few threatening the goal this maybe means we shot a little too early or didnt have composure I think I will really watch the defense and ridgers on saturday to see how much better the comms are from last season. No ofw news yet so looks like he is frozen out if he doesnt leave. Another clean sheet against falkirk and i will be happy. Then let the strikers gel.
  8. The Ian Vigurs enigma

    Morning, From the stats chris produced the two important ones were passes in final third where he was in the top ten in the league last year with 11 per match and forward passes where he again led our stats.
  9. Transfer in and outs

    #justice for zschuschen
  10. The Ian Vigurs enigma

    Think this has been a really positive discussion and loved all the people who supplied data and personal insights. Agree with caley girl that it is far too easy for any of us to become keyboard warriors and be negative with little foundation. It is interesting how much harder and much more data was required to be positive and supportive. Some great insights here and when u look at the facts and the very good evaluations from everyone I now feel much more informed and balanced.
  11. Welcome Susan

    Oh twelth man i like it. Gold star for effort. He is big and strong and fast and bold And you look at him and your blood runs cold And he says my name is sue how do you do
  12. Welcome Susan

    To welcome Susan to the club and with such a good opportunity for a bit of fun is there any chance we could come up with a good song for him. Do you think we could come up with an alternative lyriced .'boy called sue' . Even better if someone could then get there guitar out to play it.... JOHNNY CASH A Boy Named Sue Lyrics New! Tap highlighted lyrics to add Meanings, Special Memories, and Misheard Lyrics... Play "A Boy Named Sue" on Amazon Music Advisory - the following lyrics contain explicit language: Well my daddy left home when I was three And he didn't leave much to Ma and me Just this old guitar and an empty bottle of booze Now, I don't blame him 'cause he run and hid But the meanest thing that he ever did Was before he left, he went and named me "Sue" Well, he must o' thought that is quite a joke And it got a lot of laughs from a' lots of folk It seems I had to fight my whole life through Some gal would giggle and I'd get red And some guy'd laugh and I'd bust his head I tell ya, life ain't easy for a boy named "Sue" Well, I grew up quick and I grew up mean My fist got hard and my wits got keen Roam from town to town to hide my shame But I made me a vow to the moon and stars I'd search the honky-tonks and bars And kill that man who gave me that awful name Read more: Johnny Cash - A Boy Named Sue Lyrics | MetroLyrics
  13. Transfer in and outs

    Brad is hiding the scarf again.....
  14. The Ian Vigurs enigma

    Thanks for all the data chris and all the positive comments. Based on all the discussion i dont really value his more languid style and percevied lack of effort. He is though much more efficient than Ross D. Ross has powerful runs great physical presence and very effective tackles and the effort he shows impresses me more. But ross needs to work harder as he is less efficient ? I will try not to be overcritical of Iain in the future. Would be interesting to do the same sort of discussion in a few weeks on Polworth.
  15. The Ian Vigurs enigma

    Just caught my eye how different the opinions of Iain Vigurs can be when at the games. In the spirit of trying to be positive and educate my potentially limited football vision could we discuss and celebrate what he does well and what I should be looking for and praising at the next game as i had a very negative impression yesterday with lots of missed passes and blaming teammates.