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Interesting thought: Would you rather we rather score two the second half and draw and see McCulloch hang on, or concede another two and end up being 4-0 which would push for him to be sacked? 

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Ross County have shown the way forward by getting in an experienced coach

Although it would cost a bit of money, the club have to bite the bullet and act now

And freeing up the money that is being wasted on Cammy Bell sitting on the bench would be a start

Irrespective of how this game pans out, time is up.

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Just now, killieblue said:

Greer giving team talk in middle of the pitch. Obviously doesn’t trust McCulloch’s judgement 

This will definitely be playing a part in McCulloch's demise. It's one thing losing continually, it's another when the players start taking over/listening to each other rather than you.

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1 minute ago, Burghktid said:

If he goes they need to appoint someone with huge experience to steady a sinking ship.

Any decent manager should make it a condition that they get the pitch ripped up at the first opportunity.

Bowie can lay it in his garden.

 

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4 minutes ago, CM11KFC said:

Interesting thought: Would you rather we rather score two the second half and draw and see McCulloch hang on, or concede another two and end up being 4-0 which would push for him to be sacked? 

Cant be hoping for a 4 nil home defeat to a team who are poor. Win 3 2 and still get rid.

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Awful.. absolutely no idea anywhere on the park ..1 more from County and I am out of here..as bad as I have seen (and thats saying something over 50 years). Anyway Cmon the Killie..

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Great chance for Kilmarnock to reduce the deficit, but half-time substitute Kris Boyd nods well wide from six yards out.

The striker will feel he should have at least hit the target with that one. - BBC

Partick 2-0 down, keeping the faint glimmer of hope alive.

 

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Who is going to recruit a new manager though?

Bowie and Kiltie took the easy route last time and neither seem to have much of a clue about football. Who knows about The Man With No Name....

But it is a huge decision for a board which has shown themselves lacking in the ability to take decisions.

 

 

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Ross County are threatening to kill this game off. Craig Curran and Jamie Lindsay both have efforts from distance that go narrowly over the bar.

At the other end, Kris Boyd misses his kick just a few yards from goal. That should have been a goal. - BBC

2 big chances for Boydy by all accounts

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2 minutes ago, ross1987 said:

Ross County are threatening to kill this game off. Craig Curran and Jamie Lindsay both have efforts from distance that go narrowly over the bar.

At the other end, Kris Boyd misses his kick just a few yards from goal. That should have been a goal. - BBC

2 big chances for Boydy by all accounts

He only needs a half chance according to folk on here. Was maybe the case 5 years ago. 

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Yin and yang as County lead Killie

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Alistair Mitchell: I can't remember a Rugby Park crowd this angry. Utterly embarrassing from Killie. Cheerio Lee. - BBC

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