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4th November @ 3PM, Tony Macaroni Stadium
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Don't see how they were woeful. Keeper made good saves. Would have been better had they scored, but hey ho.

That does the team an enormous disservice. If anything Livi held us on Saturday not the other way around.

Sixth consecutive clean sheet, sixth game in a row undefeated. A point away against one of the form teams in the division. Surely nobody can be too unhappy with that after our dreadful start to t

Starting XI: Ridgers, Raven, Tremarco, Chalmers, Polworth, Baird, Vigurs (C), Mulraney, Bell, B.Mckay, Donaldson.

Subs: Esson, Warren, Oakley, Calder, Cooper, Trafford, Mackay.

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Unfortunate not to nick this one by sounds of it but another clean sheet. 

Mckay and Donaldson seem to be forming a decent understanding at the back and the return of Tremarco and Raven has really helped. 

Still lacking a proper number 9. To think what could have been had we kept hold of Fisher. Think he'd have really flourished with Mulraney and Bell alongside. Ifs and Buts though. 

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Another clean sheet and I would have taken the draw before the start of the game - but I think in the transfer window we need to find a striker we are making the chances but not taking them

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Another point closer to the top (and another away from the bottom), extending our clean sheet run to 540 minutes. Brechin next week then a second home game in a row afterwards. I'm pretty optimistic.

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sort of satisfied but sounds as if we should have grabbed a winner. Defensive set up sounds so promising with another clean sheet. maybe should have given young Mc kay a  run out, he just might have that killer instinct.

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Just now, PumpFake said:

Another point closer to the top (and another away from the bottom), extending our clean sheet run to 540 minutes. Falkirk next week then a second home game in a row afterwards. I'm pretty optimistic.

The Brechin games been re-arranged chief :wink:

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Sixth consecutive clean sheet, sixth game in a row undefeated. A point away against one of the form teams in the division.

Surely nobody can be too unhappy with that after our dreadful start to the campaign. It might be too late to mount a serious promotion push for this season but we certainly now seem to be laying the foundations for having a proper go next.

Mid season respectability and run in the Scottish Cup would represent decent consolidation.

Goal scoring remains an issue but that has been the case since Billy McKay left first time around. However, our early season defensive incontinence seems well behind us and the coaches and players including the much criticised, by myself as much as anybody, Mark Ridgers deserve great credit for that.

We now, for the first time in a couple of years, appear to have a solid foundation on which to build.

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Encouraging stuff. It's always easy to say 'sign a striker', but every team in the country is trying exactly the same thing. And if we did unearth a gem, they would be after him too. Give the lad Bell a chance to show what he can do. Billy McKay took a while before he was suddenly scoring every week. As long as we can keep improving the goals will come - I hope.

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A very tight competitive game in which we had the better chances. Mulraney played well but should've scored when clean through in the 1st half. Bell was more composed with his 1 on 1 in the 2nd but Alexander made a brilliant save. Polworth and Vigurs stood out again, although perhaps not quite at their best. They were both down with knocks during the game and you wonder what we'd be without them.

Superb support. 

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