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I have been a big defender of Polwarth but that was a stupid stupid challenge (albeit no intent)

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2 minutes ago, IMMORTAL HOWDEN ENDER said:

Will Polly be back for the second leg next week ?

Red card is that a 2 game ban? or 3

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Disappointing to lose a slack goal like that having played so well with 10 men for so long. Friday night now much tougher.

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Full time.

Polworth sending off changed the game BIG TIME.

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Our promotion prospects just still alive but on life support.

A huge uphill battle on Friday with an exhausted and depleted team.

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Pity. Even down to 10 men, we looked reasonably comfortable defending, until a poor error by McHattie led to the goal. But, at least we're not out of it yet.  With our good away form, if we score first on Friday we'll have a decent chance.  Believe!

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Just now, Jack Waddington said:

High foot my bunghole

I haven't seen it, but that's basically what all the BBC radio commentators are saying.

From listening to the match, it sounded to me as though we played pretty well - in the first half, and also for a spell after Polly was sent off. 

With 11 players on Friday, and our away record being better than our home record, we have every chance of a result.

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Not a disaster. Heads didn't go down, even after a rather fortuitous rebound. Polly was daft raising his boot that high. But we know what we have to do now, and we are capable of it. Should be an exciting match.

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21 minutes ago, Jack Waddington said:

High foot my bunghole

Robbo has just said it's not worth appealing.

Radio commentators say they understand why he said that - Polly did raise his boot, etc - but also say that Polly is so important to the team that they must appeal.

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That's Robbo getting a letter from the SFA in the morning. Can't blame him though, NIck Walsh likes a red card for ICT.

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Looks like it is a Friday night in Dungdee for moi. The "vibes" are still positive and it would not surprise me that this "topsy-turvy" group of players bring of yet another away "surprise". You can say what you want but this season has been a considerably better rollercoaster ride that anticipated and who would have thought that we were ending it on the cusp of promotion.

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41 minutes ago, snorbens_caleyman said:

I haven't seen it, but that's basically what all the BBC radio commentators are saying.

From listening to the match, it sounded to me as though we played pretty well - in the first half, and also for a spell after Polly was sent off. 

With 11 players on Friday, and our away record being better than our home record, we have every chance of a result.

Basic run down.

It would be a high foot on a toddler...

That's how high his foot was...like literally...not worth the sending off, what's his face put himself in that position, and there was no intent to cause injury by Polly, just trying to punt it upfield...If anything, it's worth a strong yellow, but if never call it a red...

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My inability to notice missing words
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