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  1. Just watched the goals on Sky and I cant believe that we took on Proctor at half time - please, please tell me that he wasnt played as a central defender ? - he was certainly at fault at the second goal. And please tell me that Golobart was injured - and we are not looking at yet another case of destroying a players' confidence and another Aldred scenario ? It is not all about the injuries - the pre season was a shambles and we were wholly caught out by the early start. We kicked off with a new team, with unfit players and no time to gel - and the lack of a recognised central defender, ho
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  2. A nice little article questioning why teams in the 2nd & 3rd Divisions have remained there. The writer uses the ICT story to back up his question of Why! Malinky Oh and i personally think that ICT DID change Scottish Football.
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  3. Poor defence, no recognised striker, that's what we get.
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  4. What on earth is the world coming to when a computer game generates so much passion.
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  5. That's exactly how i feel about Supporters' Trusts.
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  6. That's exactly how i feel about Supporters' Trusts.
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