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  1. 3 points
    You run your own race, so it doesn't matter who's just behind you or just in front during the race, it's the position at the finishing line which is important. Here's hoping for 3 points against Partick, as the race continues.
  2. 1 point
    Graeme Shinnie scored the winner for Aberdeen this afternoon (5 Mar) in their 1-0 Scottish Cup Q/F win against Partick. Also, Danny Devine.
  3. 1 point
    Agreed but we must aim for 10th or above!
  4. 1 point
    Mathematically and Statistically = YES ; Realistically and Predictability = NO - next target is 11th and "in touch" before the split.
  5. 1 point
    Woah everyone according to rf we still have a chance of top six
  6. 1 point
    Lies, damn lies, statisics....and Charles Bannerman!
  7. 1 point
    I think you'll find your wrong. The simple fact is he was able to do it because he was only on the park for ten minutes. What has booing got to do with my post. A lot of the criticism is justified. I doubt he will be retained for another season.
  8. -1 points
    I think I'm going to keep out of this having been to..... well you can't really say "Damascus" these days... for my holidays, so let me just describe myself as having had a moment of Epiphany! In order to perform an administrative function with an organisation I'm involved with, I've had to join Facebook - with the collateral effect of having become aware of comments on the Facebook pages of the likes of the SNP, Nicola Sturgeon, Humza Yousaf and the National "newspaper". So, having taken a few scans through that lot, all I can say to the people on here is - sorry folks... I have probably been far too scathing of a lot you have said on here about the nationalist question, now I have seen the emanations of some of these other pages! I am actually being quite serious here by saying that. Compared with what I have now seen elsewhere from far more SNP supporters than you would ever find on here, the Nats on CTO present well argued, literate (especially literate!), polite cases with not an expletive, term of abuse or outburst of paranoia in sight. So with the genuine observation that Oddquine is actually a relative moderate, I will bid you all good night again and return to a much happier hunting ground for winding up nationalists!
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