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  1. Not good. A very poor result against 10 men, unable to score despite numerous opportunities and efforts. Overhaul required in the summer now, we will be likely to avoid the play-offs at this rate.
  2. Yes you are right and I was quite excited at first...……..Do you honestly think that he was great tonight / in the cup game / vs Hibs?
  3. There are some things that he does, but not many. He scored a tap in during the cup game. He runs about half the time like a headless chicken, a lot of the time is out of position and can't challenge in the air, and when he is in position is easily muscled out of it. Looks easily intimidated by defenders and jogs around like out for a Sunday stroll. If you don't believe me watch him the next time when we get the ball and are on the break
  4. Completely agree with this. With a 2-0 lead we should have ran over the top of that lot and sent them home with their tails between their legs. The players shouldn't have needed any motivating or incentive for that tonight, least of all they should have made it up to the fans for the cup defeat.
  5. Kabamba poor tonight I thought, as well as in the cup game......starting to look a lot less promising than originally thought
  6. The full stadium was up by that point, they just had to stick the seats in the moffat stand
  7. What a striker he turned out to be, some of my youngest memories as a young Killie fan were of Broono. I can still remember him scoring a 25 yarder against Aberdeen when the Moffat stand was mid-construction.
  8. Lovely to read "we'll need to put that lot back in their box" They must like being bottom of the league
  9. Good to see one Liam Millar starting up front for Liverpool tonight in the FA cup v Shrewsbury
  10. Not quite a disaster, we have Bunn and Kabamba
  11. The hun skelper returns. Welcome back broaders
  12. Seriously, if you were Gary Holt why the Feck would you even consider moving to us. You're doing a great job at Livi, moving on up the league, well liked by fans and players - to us - in freefall, players that don't give a feck bar a few, a board that are absolutely honking and a support that are rightly becoming completely scunnered.
  13. I actually quite like Talbot...……..but what a cretin she is
  14. I agree. As much as we aren't Man Utd or Chelsea, you can't risk going from 3rd place last season to potential relegation this season - which is where we headed if we do lose those 2 matches. County game is massive for Dyer. He'd better get the finger out or he'll be in the dole queue behind Alessio.
  15. Seconded. He isn't interested. Transfer list for him please
  16. This is turning into a fecking disaster one game at a time. The BBC summed it up well for once - Dyer keeps talking them up, but it doesn't matter how fecking hard they are working in training they aren't producing the goods. To rely on the oldest player in the side, Burke, is simply a disgrace and the other players should be ashamed. There's a huge number of them that haven't looked interested all season and need to GTF. As much as it was an away game, we should be at least drawing with St Johnstone. Desperate.
  17. It's unfair to put Donati on the shelf since Alessio has left. Although Donati is former Septic player, don't forget that he has played at the top level, against some of the top footballers in Europe and will have plenty to offer.
  18. Branescu is a good keeper most of the time and has saved our bacon on many occasions. He does unfortunately make some weird decisions like starting to play football in his 18 yard box. If Dyer can iron that out then at least we only have to suffer him until the summer
  19. On that basis O'Donnell will be out on loan from us to Stirling Albion next season
  20. Good luck to him. Delusions of grandeur spring to mind, off to the 'famous Aberdeen' to win trophies like Greg Stewart
  21. I really don't get where the interest for O'Donnell will be coming from. He has been rank rotten this season and looks like a championship player at best
  22. He asked for clarity and now we have got it. No more room for excuses and plenty of time to come back with a bang. As much as his interviews haven't inspired much enthusiasm, I genuinely don't think dyer would have signed any of the donkeys we have had on loan. I'm optimistic as to who he might sign. Good contacts down south and the killie TV interview showed that he knows a big target man is a priority.
  23. +1. I really hope that some of the stuff on here gets back to the players and board. They should be utterly ashamed of themselves, taking travelling fans to all of these away grounds spending their hard earned cash watching what can be only be described as woeful. For the players to be walking off the pitch after Motherwell clapping and smiling, then Dyer saying that we were outstanding against Rangers, to me is an absolute embarrassment. St Mirren speaks for itself. They had better be prepared - fan numbers will drop drastically after the break unless there are big changes. We are now only 10 points from the drop and in freefall.