I'm struggling to see the evidence that the players have thrown AA under the bus, other than unsubstantiated rumours. Been at most games this season (apart from Nomads debacle thankfully on hols). It has appeared as if there is tactical confusion, and on some occasions team has reverted to tried and trusted and looked ok. Hardly player power I'd say? The Hearts win merely masked problems - we scored 3 in under 20 mins against a shambolic Maroons, but the ensuing 70-odd mins produced very little. Think it's no coincidence that the appointment of JF has ben quickly followed by AA's departure. We now need to see how things shape up under AD, who is unlikely to be spurned by the squad!! All in, I can't help but think that at the moment the debate is polarised into either AA was a failure, or the players got a good coach sacked. Prob neither standpoint is completely on the money. Let's see what Saturday brings. Then Ibrox then Paisley then there is much work to be done tactically, squad strengthening, moral boosting and reconnect between players and fans. KTID.