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Hibs at home 7/4 Last Game before the split
#21
(04-07-2018, 05:44 PM)Iker Wrote: IWould love for us to keep hold of Lindsay beyond this season.

This is something that wasn't said often on this forum very recently! But you're right, he put in 110% today, chased every ball he could, even after suffering from cramp.

Honourable mentions go to Fontaine, Souttar, Draper and the usual Schalk and Mckay. Luckily they'll get a full two weeks of rest before the next fixture, because all the lads gave it their all. Also Kettlewell bouncing around the technical area is a nice change from Coyle, glued to his chair.
 
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#22
(04-07-2018, 02:42 PM)Deke Slayton Wrote: Yup, it’s Celtic’s fault if we go down.

Sarcasm mmmm we were good today up against as Hibs dominated play but this is a fighting Ross County
 
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#23
Does anyone know what has happened to Naismith?
 
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#24
(04-07-2018, 05:53 PM)staggiefan1 Wrote: Does anyone know what has happened to Naismith?

Injured since the Hamilton game
 
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#25
That was some performance today if team carry on playing as as they played today for next five games the other teams will need to worry. Supporters performance was brilliant as well. Well done Kenny for rallying troops
 
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#26
Better performance. Big showings from Souttar, Fontaine, Draper, Schalk and Mckay. The midfield generally tried but got outnumbered too often. Promising though as Hibs didn't create that many gilt edged chances (the one Boyle had but miscontrolled ten yard out being the exception other than the last ten minutes).
Quote:God bless the Stag Men and Children.
 
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#27
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(04-07-2018, 06:38 PM)County Lad Wrote: That was some performance today if team carry on playing as as they played today for next five games the other teams will need to worry. Supporters performance was brilliant as well. Well done Kenny for rallying troops

Good points well made.

Great point well made by this committed County team and coaching staff.
FergnKetts - BestBossYets
 
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#28
Hope Neil Lennon is charged by the powers that be for the totally uncalled for rude gesture he gave to our management and fans when they equalised. Hope the BBC show it, he is totally unprofessional
 
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#29
(04-07-2018, 07:22 PM)DORTAIN Wrote: Hope Neil Lennon is charged by the powers that be for the totally uncalled for rude gesture he gave to our management and fans when they equalised. Hope the BBC show it, he is totally unprofessional

He had a couple of outbursts I heard from the West stand. But class has never been a Lennon strong point.
Quote:God bless the Stag Men and Children.
 
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#30
Four points, 5 goals scored and just 1 conceded in 2 games. Who wouldnt be happy with that?
It was one way traffic for long periods during the second half, but the team worked ever so hard to hold onto the lead, but the pressure eventually told.
The team seemed orgainised and everyone played their part in getting what could be a vital point.
Full marks to McKay who took his goal ever so well and fully deserved the applause he got when he left the field.

I have never thought we would go down, and I still firmly believe that will be the case.

The supporters were quite mute in backing the team initially, but the noise level increased as the game went on. It was good to hear and the drum is pivitol in achieving that.
Well done to the team and staff as you gave us something to cheer about.
WDDDWWWWWWWWWDDDWDDDWWWWDWWDWD
CHAMPS
WWDWWDDDWDD
40 UNBEATEN
 
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#31
(04-07-2018, 05:44 PM)Iker Wrote: If they had equalised earlier they would have gone on to score again. Still a sickener that late on but delighted with a point.

Everybody showed so much passion today. Particular thought Fontaine was outstanding. Would love for us to keep hold of Lindsay beyond this season. Reminds me of Jackson Irvine.

But they didn't equalise earlier,so hypothetical.
Thought the crowd were excellent,really got behind the team.
Agree ,late goal was a sickener,but they paggered us second half, a good point.
I was hoping we were in touching distance of play off spot before split, but we are in it.
A lot of nerves to be shredded yet!
 
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#32
Slightly disappointed not to hold on but Thistle are plummeting like a stone. More than happy to take on any Championship side over two legs but I have a feeling that we’ll avoid the play-off’s. Well done to Ketts and Fergie for turning this around. Certainly not safe but things looking a whole lot brighter. Looking forward to the split fixtures and the usual conspiracy theorists opinions on here. COYS
 
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#33
Highlights have been rehosted on youtube already for anyone that fancies a look at the goals. Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3K-fa844pc
 
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#34
Best crowd atmosphere this season
Beat the drum
Players fighting for each other, everyone giving 100%
Beat the drum
Management team shouting useful and sensible instructions
Beat the drum

Can’t wait for the split - we need fear no-one if we continue to grow into the side we should have been much,much earlier this season

Credit to all involved from top to bottom
Keep beating that drum
 
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#35
Thought Melbourne was very good today. Has a superb throw-in technique too, something we have been weak on. And one of the most impressive tackles of the day came from Billy Mackay tracking back and sliding in. True commitment.
 
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#36
Absolutely battered yesterday but an impressive defensive performance. Good to see an atmosphere for a change.
 
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#37
What a difference it makes when we score first.
Looking forward to Lennon's whining, if he wonders why he is not well liked then he should have a look at his antics when they equalised yesterday, what a diddy.

 
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#38
(04-08-2018, 09:14 AM)Brick in the wall Wrote: Best crowd atmosphere this season
Beat the drum
Players fighting for each other, everyone giving 100%
Beat the drum
Management team shouting useful and sensible instructions
Beat the drum

Can’t wait for the split - we need fear no-one if we continue to grow into the side we should have been much,much earlier this season

Credit to all involved from top to bottom
Keep beating that drum

What a HUGE difference it makes when the other stands join in with the encouraging, clapping, singing etc. It really filters through to everyone ( especially the players ) that we are ALL in this together ! Lets hope this continues to develop ? ....Fair play to you Kenny coff for persevering !
 
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