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Livy v County
#1
Another big day ,hopefully toward survival.
Our record against Livingstone over the years is not good reading, and they are flying since Holt left.
A draw would be a good result, but with Sturgeon threatening pulling the plug on the season ,we need as many points as possible or we could end up in the same position Hearts found themselves in last season, we may not have many games left to save ourselves.
St Mirren and Kilmarnock have their appeal against the postponements this week .If they lose ,Motherwell get six points and Hamilton 3 points which could have a huge effect on our season.
1 1 draw ,but hoping for a win of any description.
 
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#2
Any word on Ross Stewart being fit? We need a physical presence up front against Livi
 
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#3
Interesting line up

Laidlaw
Naismith
Watson
Donaldson
Iacovitti
Lakin
Draper
Tillson
Kelly
Paton
Shaw
 
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#4
3-1 livi poor result against one of the leagues for teams none the less
 
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#5
Seems like the same old record. Play okay, pass up great chances, concede simple goals and end up losing.
 
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#6
(01-11-2021, 10:28 AM)Diotor Wrote: Seems like the same old record. Play okay, pass up great chances, concede simple goals and end up losing.
agreed but i think everyone will accept that any changes will take time if there is no improvement in the next three weeks then we need to worry
 
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#7
(01-11-2021, 03:56 PM)county AML Wrote: agreed but i think everyone will accept that any changes will take time if there is no improvement in the next three weeks then we need to worry
Yes! Agreed.
The Manager has to be given time, try and sort things out.
Could have been so different if Shaw got on the end of that good cross.
It’s easy enough to sit here and criticise, pretty sure Shaw will be disappointed he never got on the end of it.
Surface looked dodgy for the defence running back, easy enough to say it was the same for both teams, but they get more used to it.
Solution! Practice as much as possible previous week inside the Academy.
 
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(01-11-2021, 10:28 AM)Diotor Wrote: Seems like the same old record. Play okay, pass up great chances, concede simple goals and end up losing.
First goal was a shocker.One lump up the park, defender caught on wrong side, and keeper way off his line made the strikers mind up.
 
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#9
(01-11-2021, 04:40 PM)MOGO Wrote: Yes! Agreed.
The Manager has to be given time, try and sort things out.
Could have been so different if Shaw got on the end of that good cross.
It’s easy enough to sit here and criticise, pretty sure Shaw will be disappointed he never got on the end of it.
Surface looked dodgy for the defence running back, easy enough to say it was the same for both teams, but they get more used to it.
Solution! Practice as much as possible previous week inside the Academy.

Problem was he did get on the end of it. A very poor miss from a player who has been playing pretty well of late.

They're the kind of chances we need to take. TA had a great chance at 2-1 to level as well, but shot straight at the keeper. We don't have a striker/forward who you would give a better chance than 50/50 to score when presented with a good opportunity, and it's plagued us all year.

Definetly improvements under JH but results NEED to follow sooner rather than later.
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