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  1. Good to see BBC Radio Scotland offering the balanced views of former Hearts Manager/Sporting Director Craig Levein and rabib Hearts supporter Alan Preston this evening. Preston taking the opportunity to talk up a Roddy McGregor move to "big English clubs". Given Preston's role as an agent (represented Dan McKay in his move to Hibs) it's nice of the BBC to offer Preston the opportunity to speculate - seems very well informed. Heaven forbid he might use this platform for his own personal gain.....
    4 points
  2. Ridgers played really well. Back four of Duffy, broadfoot, devine then deas at lb looked ok. I thought first half our ability to hold the ball up was superb. Duku was great.
    2 points
  3. Why, who’s getting shot?
    2 points
  4. Not surprising since we were drawn in the 'group of death' with footballing giants such as Stirling Albion and Cove Rangers.
    2 points
  5. A disappointing League Cup group stage is hardly a novelty for us although admittedly this one was more disappointing than most. That said, the league season has not begun, our pre season preparation was severely disrupted and our most experienced forward has yet to kick a ball yet. How about giving the new manager and the players he has recruited a chance before condemning them out of hand.
    1 point
  6. Gardyne was for 'endangering an opponent'. I saw it as a late tackle but he did the old scissor kick motion which probably sealed his fate. Still soft in my eyes but I'm massively biased. Thought MacGregor provided good energy and guile. Ridgers was outstanding. Deas did well at lb against Gino, oh Gino, Ginelli. Sutherland and the wingers played much deeper to provide much more protection to the defence. 1st half was decent. 2nd half we struggled to threaten at all and conceded too many chances.
    1 point
  7. Ridgers magnificent. Not much creativity. Toothless but up against a premier league outfit. Something to build on
    1 point
  8. Couple of lovely takes by duku already better than midweek.
    1 point
  9. So what we looking for today ? Suggestion of a good effort and application resulting in a good performance. Goals would be nice. Clean sheet or at least minimal joy for Hearts due to a good defensive display. Good football. Formation right for coming start of the season. Well turned out for the telly 😁 that's just for starters...
    1 point
  10. Flipping heck, another rotten performance against part-timers. This isn't good. And, you know that Duku fella...he's going to annoy me every week with the spell check making it 'Duke'. Anyway, chins up guys, it's only Hearts next...away...on a Sunday...on the telly box...what could possible go wrong?? Now, I'm not sure if he meant this or not but.... Jock Watt grabs maximum points in the Correct scores section. Of the 22 entries there were 20 away wins predicted....such an easy game this eh? Correct H/T 1 Correct F/T 1 Correct ICT Scorer 13 Correct Opp Scor
    1 point
  11. A few weeks ago I was very vocal about my concerns regarding Broadfoot and Gardyne, and held my reservations about Dodds. After Broadfoot's performance against Peterhead I happily rescinded my viewpoint - not anymore. Sorry but Broadfoot and Gardyne need to start doing something very special or we have wasted a years contracts on the pair of them and two years on Dodds. Let's face it Dodd's is out of his depth. I'm going to hazard a guess and say McCann was the one with nounce in their partnership.
    0 points
  12. Aaand it’s Nick Walsh o’clock
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  13. Fail to beat Hearts tomorrow (or at the very least draw and win the penalty shoot out for the bonus point) and we will achieve our lowest points total for the group stage since the format was changed.
    0 points


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