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In a tight last day in the English Championship, Graeme Shinnie’s Derby are currently on course for relegation.

They either need to turn round a half time deficit and beat Sheffield Wednesday, or get a draw in their own game and hope Cardiff at least get back on level terms against Rotherham.

 

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57 minutes ago, Robert said:

In a tight last day in the English Championship, Graeme Shinnie’s Derby are currently on course for relegation.

They either need to turn round a half time deficit and beat Sheffield Wednesday, or get a draw in their own game and hope Cardiff at least get back on level terms against Rotherham.

 

It all changed at 1416. Cardiff equalised against Rotherham with 2 minutes to play to relegate Rotherham, whilst Derby got back to 3-3 against Sheffield Wednesday and managed to hold on to stay up and relegate Wednesday.

I’m just relieved we were not in a similar position last Friday evening, as I vividly recall our relegations on the last days of the seasons in the past. 

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Danny Williams was sent off today as promotion chasing Halifax lost at home. 

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Jonny Tuffey (Crusaders) got sent off in the Irish Cup semifinal after being deemed to have come off his line to ‘save’ 3 penalties in a shootout. The retakes were scored and his team lost. You can see it on the BBC Sport site.

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Conor Pepper will be playing in Europe next season for Linfield after they won the Irish Cup for the 44th time - they look pretty certain to win the Irish Premiership too.

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After the torrid start he had at St Johnstone, he must be their hero now. Two cup finals and two winning goals, in both cases with the only goal of the game. Has the same player scored the only goal in both the Scottish Cup and League Cup finals in the same season ever before?

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In the absence of paying a transfer fee for Rooney, wouldn’t it be nice if St Johnstone could give us a wee cut of the cup prize money and potential £3M Europa League group stage revenue resulting from these vital goals.

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1 hour ago, Yngwie said:

In the absence of paying a transfer fee for Rooney, wouldn’t it be nice if St Johnstone could give us a wee cut of the cup prize money and potential £3M Europa League group stage revenue resulting from these vital goals.

There will be no chance of that Yngwie if we had seen his potential and secured him on a longer contract he might still be here.  They have been smarter at the business than us so we need to learn from that.

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Unsurprisingly George Oakley is part of Killie’s clear out.

He didn’t manage a goal for either them or the Bulgarian side he was with previously.

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Despite Liam Fox being announced in the press as joining the Hibs coaching set up after leaving Livi last month, he has been unveiled as assistant to Tam Courts at Dundee Utd.

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They sound like good moves for all concerned, especially the Hughes one. He’s good at coaching players to become better players, which is exactly what you want at a Colts team.

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I’m pleased for Tremarco that he’s got a role after retiring from playing, and I’m sure he will do well.

Just a shame we didn’t have a role for him in our set up.

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Three (3!) year deals for Vigurs and Draper at Cove and Polly looks likely to sign for Killie later today / this week.

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Three (3!) year deals for Vigurs and Draper at Cove and Polly looks likely to sign for Killie later today / this week.

Amazing financial muscle on show again from Cove..what is their average attendance anyway?

I'm sure Vigurs can show Draper all the best places in Aberdeen to start on the door staff.🥊

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