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  1. Sick and tired of referees directly affecting football results. Soft free kick led to equaliser. Dunfermline is another street-wise central belt team that: 1. foul and get away with it and 2. fall to get the free kick. Just feel like there is almost systemic bias against us sometimes.
    8 points
  2. For 15mins in the second half we were on fire but that 3rd goal just wouldn't come and we paid the price with that last gasp equaliser. Ultimately our early season form left us with just a bit too much to do. Credit to all the players for the recent winning run though, they've been immense! Hope we can keep this squad together for another title push next season. Sad to say I don't expect we will and some will leave. Special mention to Higginbotham, I think?, who decided it would be a good idea to slam the ball into the home fans in the north stand after dunfermline's opening goal! S
    7 points
  3. Today wasn't where it went wrong.
    6 points
  4. I like Daniel Mackay but he was the wrong choice to bring on when Austin came off. A player with a lot of potential but no experience or power to take on M'Voto who a couple of times just stood in-front of him. We should've brought Calder on and gone to a 4-2-3-1. Calder could've slotted into left back as well if we went to five at the back.
    5 points
  5. Feeling gutted right now, still a slight chance we can do it. So close today its heartbreaking, you could see at the end what it meant to the players. Proud of the whole team, lets hope we can keep as many of the squad as possible and finish lasts games in style and make it to the top next season
    5 points
  6. This has been badged as a "must win" game, but we could still pip Dunfermline to 4th place if we draw. If that were to happen Dunfermline would be on 56 points and we would be on 51. We would then need to win both our remaining matches and rely on Dunfermline losing at home to Dumbarton. With Dumbarton focused on the play-offs at the other end of the table, I can't see Dumbarton beating the Pars. Theoretically if Dumbarton managed a draw at Dunfermline we could still nick 4th by improving our goal difference by 10 in our final 2 games. On balance, I think it would be simpler just to
    4 points
  7. Huge effort from the players today. We were so close to doing it. Let's hope we can keep the majority of this team together and have a right good go at things next season. I thought Liam Polworth was fully deserving of MOTM. His workrate and desire in the 2nd half especially was outstanding. Also a mention for Nathan Austin for his goal, a brilliantly taken finish.
    3 points
  8. We are going to miss out by a cats whisker. An amazing effort tho, given where we were just about 2 months ago
    3 points
  9. However unlikely it is that we make the playoffs from here, important that we at least beat Livingston on Tuesday night to at least take to the last day. Stranger things have happened.
    3 points
  10. That late late goal was a crushing blow and, although it's still arethmetically possible for us to make the play offs, realistically, we are consigned to another year in the Championship. However, the results and, more particularly, the commitment and performances in the last few weeks, lead me to look forward to next season with much more enthusiasm and confidence than would have been the case a month ago. If we can keep this squad together and start next season as we are finishing this, then Premiership football back in Inverness in season 2019-20 is a very distinct possibility. A
    2 points
  11. Some folk are starting to sound like old firm fans. If it wasn’t for the refereeing conspiracy we’d be in the champions league!! The fact is, the league doesn’t lie. However admirable this run has been recently the damage was done earlier in the season. Some dreadful results near the start. We’ve had the ability to get into the playoffs, even challenge at the top. But too many poor performances, especially after losing the first goal in games have done us in for this season. Discipline was also questionable for half the season. I’d be optimistic for next season though, if we can keep the
    2 points
  12. Heartbroken, tears, heads gone etc. There was only one team winning that yet for some reason we completely took our foot off the gas and started time wasting and we gradually became more and more panicky when we had the ball. Instead of taking the ball down and finding a team mate we started hurriedly clearing balls high in the air showing no composure whatsoever in the final ten minutes or so. Poor defending for the opener. Seedorf was being roasted down the right to start with so it was no surprise that the goal originated from there. Can't really remember it actually with everything el
    2 points
  13. I bet if we had been a goal down there wouldn't have been 6 minutes added time. The only surprise is Dunfermline didn't get a penalty. Still on a great unbeaten run but that does seem a small crumb of comfort just now. Time to become temporary Dumbarton supporters.
    2 points
  14. Absolutely gutted. For them to equalise in the 5th minute of stoppage time is hard to take. Again the officials were very poor. The referee was stopping the flow of the match for soft challenges and for the stand side linesman not to see first Oakley and then Polworth having their shirts nearly pulled off their backs in the penalty box is beyond me, what was he seeing when everyone in our part of the main stand could see it so obviously?. So near and yet so far, let's hope we can keep the majority of this squad together for next season, and get off to a flyer. I hope that all the Vigures detr
    2 points
  15. So proud of my team and the entertainment they have given us lately. Gutted for the lads. I'm not sure that I've ever walked up the road in such quiet before -everyone was so subdued. I'm not sure that Dumbarton will want to do any favours for us, but it would be fantastic if they did. Till then I'll choose to keep on believing.
    2 points
  16. sorry hearach. too many shortened isobels out there! it's actually issy fairclough, an appointee of the board.
    2 points
  17. We've got a lot more on our plate to focus on rather than what that mob over the bridge are doing. Lots of rumours circulating about the financial state of ICT.
    1 point
  18. Have we ever had such a case of a draw feeling like a defeat?!
    1 point
  19. At least 3 or 4 soft free kicks in the last 6 minutes seemed the referee was determined to give the Pars the little help that they needed. Although it's fair to say the resulting goal was not very well defended on our part and we invited them onto us by sitting so deep as the game wore on. Thought we might have seen Mulraney towards the end try and stretch them a bit at the back. . Pretty f****ed off at the moment, stayed for the presentations that nobody really looked that interested in. Not surprising really.
    1 point
  20. I don't think that was the only part of your post that people have taken umbrage with
    1 point
  21. Dunfermline stole a draw. Austin goal was superb. Had loads of chances to go 3-1 . Good team performance and gutted to lose late goal. Think Bell would have been better put on later.
    1 point
  22. Sorry don't agree Dunfermline had 2 extra players than us all game they had the Ref & main stand Linesman playing for them too . Gutted for the guys today as i think thats the best they played all season Cracker of a game but i felt it changed when Austin went off he really was causing them problems all game also there was no way stoppage time was 6 minutes
    1 point
  23. Yes! There's many a slip twixt cup and lip. Vigilance and effort is the key to success and never take anything for granted,. I think.
    1 point
  24. I agree. Pity about our slow start to the season, but the last 10 games show what we could have achieved! That late goal gutted me!
    1 point
  25. In the fifth minute of added time?? Words fail me.
    1 point
  26. Good luck boys - you can do it - believe.
    1 point
  27. Biggest game of the season so far. Much more important than the Challenge Cup final. Time to make a noise even in the Main Stand and cheer the team to victory. A scrappy 1-0 will do just fine.
    1 point
  28. I presume that Charlie B was washing his hair.
    1 point
  29. Ach I'll not bother. We'll be 2 leagues apart soon anyway.
    1 point
  30. This is what Scottish football needs again ... what is the problem with standing? Every TFC home game I have been to for the last 11 years has been in the same section at BMO Field (113) which has always been designated a supporters section and where flags, banners, standing and singing have been not only allowed but encouraged. This is in a stadium with upwards of 20,000 in attendance for most matches, where alcohol is served by the bucketload, and where this section is always full to capacity regardless of the other sections ... There are no official 'safe standing' seats like you might
    1 point
  31. Finnie never gives us anything. He should be ashamed of himself as to how biased he was today and probably cost us a place in playoffs .
    0 points
  32. Touchy Touchy ! There were at least 4 others deserving of MOM , Austin, Chalmers, Trafford and, Oakley the best of them!
    -1 points
  33. Draw was fair result BUT we should've stepped up as they were there for the taking. Polworth MOM you must be joking!
    -4 points
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