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  1. In the 11 league games we've played we've dropped 8 points from winning positions. 6 of those were against sides you'd expect us to beat. Having games in hand is only good if you can win them. We will be playing catch up now with the back log of fixtures and could be playing twice a week for some time. This could have a drastic effect on performance and fitness I think. Hopefully the boys will be up for the challenge and have the rants of Robbo ringing in their ears when they enter the field of play. Queens are up first and are in form just now so this isn't going to be as easy as it was when
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  2. Alas we find ourselves second bottom of the championship ( albeit with a good few games in hand ) But any manager will say it's safer to have points in the bag ( Look at Hearts, Partick last season), I wonder if any of our stato's can tell us when we were last in that position? Anyway, we certainly have a lot of work to do in order to catch up with the play-off hopeful! And i'm sure Robbo has his concerns too, To me they are goal scorers. At the moment, Our top scorer is Shane who is sitting at 26th place in the Championship scores list with a total of 4 goals. Storey will pop up no
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  3. We have the tightest defence, lost the joint lowest number of games in the league, we have the 4th best goal difference, unbeaten in the last 3 games and statistically on the 3rd best run of results in the division. So yes we are 2nd bottom or 9th, but we also have played the fewest games by 2 which if we won would put us in joint 4th still with games over others. What does all this show - only data and stats can be manipulated to be as positive or negative as you want. Its known our issues with lack of game time and matches being on this season and falling to a (false) low position
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  4. Always look on the bright side of life 😀
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  5. McDonald apparently injured in training and out of action for some time.
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