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  1. Last of the feckin Summer Wine ya mean. Does this look like the dudes ? They are all posters on here.
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  2. We'll find out next season how the new guys get on, but I expected more from Storey after he moved on - I guess he did well with good players around him here, but then that doesn't explain his dire spell at Aberdeen with good players. Poor with Partick in both leagues as well. I liked the guy when he was with us, but he's no legend, seems to have been idolized purely for his derby performances. There is a very small bunch of players I would take back - he's just not in it.
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  3. I could do with a couple of pints of what your on Alan
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  4. Surely he'd be better than what wev got the now tbf not many players leave us and set the heather on fire ! Defo worth a punt if the wages are payable! Would rather quality this season than quantity of players not even heard of in there own house!
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