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Given our 'special relationship' with Hearts, we should send them half a dozen crates of beer to celebrate their league title making sure it arrives tomorrow in the hope that they will use it straight

Lovely first touch from Dan for the goal, bringing the high pass under control.

We more than likely need to win both matches to get into the play offs but the key thing from the weekend for me is that we make sure we have chance on the final day. If that means draw then thats fin

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I felt both reds were wrong. Allardice played the ball and Mckay was a yellow at worst. Anyone disagree?

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Just now, Robert said:

I felt both reds were wrong. Allardice played the ball and Mckay was a yellow at worst. Anyone disagree?

Need to see them back in the highlights 

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I thought allardice got the ball, but the picture quality is quite poor, apparently you get booking now for endangering an opponent even if you are first go the ball.

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Season over? 1 down. 

Season not over yet. An uphill battle but that point gained in such adverse circumstances might yet prove crucial.

We somehow need to find a way to win our three remaining matches starting away at Tynecastle on Saturday.

Not an easy task now but we are still capable of achieving it.

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Credit to the players for getting a point as we were second best at the start of the second half when we had 11 players.

I feel we were harshly treated by the referee.

Whilst we needed 3 points to get 1 in those circumstances is an achievement.

Now we need to go to Tynecastle and win and hope Arbroath get the better of Dunfermline.

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2 minutes ago, Kingsmills said:

Season not over yet. An uphill battle but that point gained in such adverse circumstances might yet prove crucial.

We somehow need to find a way to win our three remaining matches starting away at Tynecastle on Saturday.

Not an easy task now but we are still capable of achieving it.

Only 2 games left.

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2 minutes ago, Kingsmills said:

Season not over yet. An uphill battle but that point gained in such adverse circumstances might yet prove crucial.

We somehow need to find a way to win our three remaining matches starting away at Tynecastle on Saturday.

Not an easy task now but we are still capable of achieving it.

Like your optimism.  We only have 2 games left btw, as do Dundee and Dunfermline.  Out of our hands even if we get 6 points. Need masive favours from Alloa/Arbroath.

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Allardice looked like he won the ball, but Brad's was a typical lunge from him after a terrible touch.

2nd last home game of the season and the coverage is as bad as the first. Its beyond embarrassingly bad and certainly not worth the price of 2 season tickets. 

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We should have been two up before all the shenagins with the Sutherland and Deas chances. Opportunity missed. Salvaged a draw in awful circumstance. Odds against now.  

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Dunfermline have a tricky game on Saturday. Arbroath are coming off the back of an excellent result against Ayr and are still only 2 points above the relegation play off place so they have plenty still to play for. I dont think we're down and out just yet. 

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