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  1. Kris Boyd has 112 goals...

    Any criticism directed at Boyd by the fans comes from his weight/lack of fitness and also, whilst he is struggling with this, his media work and fascination with all things Rangers. Both of these seem perfectly reasonable gripes to me about a professional footballer and senior player at our club. If that's enough to put Boyd in the huff then he needs to put his petted lip away. Despite his fitness he'll still get double figure goals this season. His goalscoring ability is unquestionable but it's being hampered by his lack of sharpness. Until this season I'd always defind him against his critics. But his GIRGUY yesterday was petulant pish. I hope Stevie Clarke isn't the pushover LM was in terms of senior pros.
  2. Jags away fred

    Brave selection by Paul McDonald. Have to admit I thought the same as most people who posted on 1st page of this thread. Broadfoot back in gave me the fear and Power came from nowhere. 3 hours later though and what a boost that was. Power played really well in first half and gave platform for Taylor and frizzell to dominate midfield in the 2nd. Playing Jones off the front also worked well. His pace is fantastic and he terrorised them . Final ball still largely gash right enough !! Midfield protected back four well so none of 2 centre backs got isolated. And a word of praise for Stephen ODonnell . He was excellent. I'm not a big fan of Rorys footballing ability but today showed is value as a worker. Why LM and PL couldn't get a performance like that out of them I don't know. But that was a different team today. Let's kick on Stevie
  3. Steve Clarke and Alex Dyer confirmed

    Fair play to the Board. The fans desire not to have one of the usual suspects has been taken on board. A bit of leadership at last. Hope Clarke gets some momentum going. Looking forward to Firhill today. Good luck to Stevie and his Team
  4. Next Manager Thread

    Apart from Shiels winning the Cup obviously.....................
  5. Next Manager Thread

    I'd be happy with John Hughes. Firmly expect to be in a minority of 1 though !! I like how his teams play and his character. I'm writing Raith off as an aberration
  6. The Lee McCulloch Is Gone Thread

    Thanks for posting that skydog. Do you think these players realise how bad it sounds that they are admitting collectively not working hard enough. Do they think fans are going to be pleased at their'honesty' ? Astounds me. And Steven Smith pondering what he'll do in the future is literally incredible.
  7. Billy bowie on sportsound

    Hard as it might be to hear most of what what said tonight struck a chord. (Forget the Boyd stuff - long overdue that he was reined back in.) We are in crisis and we need a leader and an astute manager who commands respect. They could be the same man - TB and KS I'd argue contributed in both areas. People with those types of personalities come along rarely so we'll need to settle just now for a decent manager. I wasn't so impressed with Bowie. The suggestion that the meeting with LM was to see what more support they could give him shocked me. The fact that he confirmed LM wanted out, but they were prepared to let him go on despite admitting LM was too close to the players suggests to me a lack of leadership capability at Board level and no clear vision of what it is the Board are looking for. He might not have made any gaffes but he didn't sound authoritative in any way about where the Club is going
  8. Banned.....?

    Self styled celebrity fan. He's an absolute bellend. God knows why the ban is temporary. How anyone at Killie can bear him is beyond me. He's our equivalent of the Rangers fan we all pissed ourselves at who was interviewed when they got liquidated saying "the big hoose must stay open". I used to think he needs help - but he just needs booted to f**k
  9. Jim McInyre. - fired

    Increasingly this is a problem. Players deciding the manager they like. I'm increasingly wary when players clamour to get the no2 the job when a manager gets sacked on the basis he's a good guy in the dressing room
  10. Curious and Slightly Concerned

    Fair play to you mate your opening post turned out to be spot on. Broadfoot Burke and Spencer all extremely questionable signings now.
  11. Burke, Broadfoot, Bell, Power

    Almost impossible to disagree with this. Before the game a blind man could tell Burke would last less than 60 mins. Hes not any fitter than he was in the league cup Games. Why was he sent back out for 2nd half ? He was knackered at half time . My son sent me a text pre match predicting we'd lose 2 nil and almost spot on when the goals were scored. I wish that made him really smart. Unfortunately it was inevitably predictable.
  12. Hamilton Accies Match Fred 26-8-17

    I struggle to remember anything he did. I'm not trying to vilify him. I thought he was anonymous. Ian Wilson was much more important
  13. Hearts (h) Fred 12/08

    Listen Broadfoots been gash so far. End of. Can you not give it a rest trying to enlighten all of us deluded masses on every thread as to why his inability to even look like a centre back is all the midfields fault. You're wasting your breath. None of the rest of us are worthy enough to appreciate your wisdom.
  14. St Johnstone (H) Match Fred

    Agree on criticism directed at Frizzell. His job isn't to be a midfield enforcer. He's there to take the ball off the centre backs and get passing going.(Compare his contribution to Rory's - on numerous occasions when he received the ball on Saturday he passed it straight back to the defender who played it in to him). He's small and young. Positionally he's got a bit to learn. He got brushed off the ball by OHalloran at the second goal and that caused an obstruction to our defenders. However I'm not convinced Broadfoot would have made the challenge anyway. Broadfoots been disappointing for me. He can't move his feet quickly enough when people are running at him. I saw him being a sold a massive dummy by the Clyde centre forward in the first league cup game - and Wotherspoon repeated it on Saturday. He's getting himself into positions that he's too slow to get out of. I know Broadfoot wins most of his headers - you'd expect that from a 6ft 4 centre back. But on the ground defensively he gives me the fear. Maybe he's just a bit rusty and he'll come good. I hope so. Greer, by contrast, looks a great signing to me.

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