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  1. Any views on MacGregor only being a sub? I’d like to se him get a run in the “no 10” role supporting Mckay and also assisting the midfield.
    3 points
  2. Great to see David Carson back today after injury and him loosing his father. Although not the full game but that will come when he gets back to full fitness, you can see the effort he puts in and encouragement he gives to other players on the pitch, well done today David
    2 points
  3. We were only comfortable until we scored, thereafter we were absolutely honking. Pars almost scored three just before the break. Devine's clearance was magnificent averting a certain goal, Ridgers' point blank save and a header clearance off the line. So no, we were not comfortable in the first half, fortunate is more appropriate. Too many passengers like Walsh and Doran and not enough industry and guile. No directness, caught offside time and time again, all in all a very frustrating afternoon. Lack of depth of squad is a major worry with festive games coming up. Raging mannie
    2 points
  4. Things have not worked out for Manny as either he or we would have wished when he first arrived but, in my view, that is incredibly harsh and unjustified.
    1 point
  5. Injuries and COVID. More utter drivel again from ICT. Well done to the Pars who thoroughly deserved the three points yesterday. Apart from Doran's shot and the Mckay goal I can't recall us doing too much in the first half. Second, ooft. Just like Ayr last week the players just seemed to stop trying and let the other side back into the game. Questions need to be asked of the management as to why this is happening every week. I feel for Devine scoring the OG as he has been pretty solid for us this season. He didn't deserve that but it was bad defending all round. Deas seemed completel
    1 point
  6. I think he would be well suited to that role.
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  7. Should be explanation to much whisky
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