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Just now, Loudoun Killie said:

Safe drive home folks......this is Galston tonight.....

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That could be Galston in July tbf. Safe home boys and girls. Mon the Killie. :hurrah:

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12 minutes ago, Clayslap KIllie said:

I didn't think it was a clear penalty - he was looking for it as usual.

Mulumbu made it easy for him, daft push. 

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29 minutes ago, Trumpetree said:

We usually go up the other end and score when Jamie saves a last minute penalty...

 

Yes, very disappointing. Standards are slipping. 

A great away point and well done to the goalie for keeping our great record going. Only 3 defeats in about 20 is amazing stuff. 

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Firstly, great point, would have taken that before the game and the conditions played a part for sure.

Are we allowed to say it or will I be banished? Steve Clarke... got it wrong. We looked transformed with Erwin up front. I could see what we were going for with Brophy but it was too defensive and we kept lumping long balls at him.

I think Tshbola did OK but we could have used Dickers bite. An odd night to have Mulumbu and Power both way below par. As someone said walking out - hopefully saving the performance for Aberdeen.

All that said, the belief was still there, coming back into a game so strongly away from home is brilliant and they kept fighting. On to Pittodrie. 

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Would have taken a point before the game. We had chances to nick it right at the end but it turned into a real nail biter with the penalty. Well done to Jamie getting us the point.

We will have to up the standard on Saturday though.

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I managed to catch a dodgy stream for the second half. I heard barely a whisper from the hearts fans and that strong Killie away chimed up every 3 or 4 minutes. Great effort to all who made it. A decent point. 

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I have moaned about our pitch and how skillfull players struggle but seeing that pitch tonight skillfull players would struggle on that too. Played a massive part in the Hearts goal. Torn now about whether we want a grass pitch or not as the 'great' pitch I remember was when the ground was a bowl so well aired, you do feel a grass pitch in our current stadium in the West of Scotland winter might not be so great

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After being a bit under pressure we came on to a game again when the 2 changes were made. 

A good point. Hearts are strong at Tynecastle. 

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A scrappy first half, then pretty much controlled the second half, apart from the last few minutes. A deserved point. Power was poor tonight, but we'll forgive him (because he has been immense for the last few months). :hurrah:

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Was a strange atmosphere - the Hearts fans (those who showed up anyway) didn't get behind their team at all and it was a piss poor game in horrible conditions. Deffo take a point. Thawing out on train home!

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9 minutes ago, Mister Y said:

Did BB borrow his grandson's jaiket?

Ann Budge gave a reciprocal present of an iron for Billy Bowie's troosers.

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12 minutes ago, IMO said:

I have moaned about our pitch and how skillfull players struggle but seeing that pitch tonight skillfull players would struggle on that too. Played a massive part in the Hearts goal. Torn now about whether we want a grass pitch or not as the 'great' pitch I remember was when the ground was a bowl so well aired, you do feel a grass pitch in our current stadium in the West of Scotland winter might not be so great

Were Hearts not supposed to be putting in one of those fancy mix of natural grass and synthetic pitches for this season?

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24 minutes ago, kfc_superteam said:

To be fair Naismith didn't celebrate scoring against us. From his interview on Alba if conditions were right I think he'd like to be playing for us! 

He would if if it was a grass pitch

 

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Should we jump on the bandwagon and blame the pitch for not winning the game? :ph34r:

I suspect SC will not be banging on and on and on about it. 

Good point away from home :hurrah:

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1 hour ago, mitch14 said:

Firstly, great point, would have taken that before the game and the conditions played a part for sure.

Are we allowed to say it or will I be banished? Steve Clarke... got it wrong. We looked transformed with Erwin up front. I could see what we were going for with Brophy but it was too defensive and we kept lumping long balls at him.

I think Tshbola did OK but we could have used Dickers bite. An odd night to have Mulumbu and Power both way below par. As someone said walking out - hopefully saving the performance for Aberdeen.

All that said, the belief was still there, coming back into a game so strongly away from home is brilliant and they kept fighting. On to Pittodrie. 

I'm not sure that meant SC got it wrong. It's easier to play against tired central defenders when you come on after sixty minutes.

It was probably the intention all along. 

I don't agree that Mulumbu was way below par. I thought he was excellent.

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For me, one of the most disappointing performances of the Clarke era. The early goal probably wasn't part of the game plan, but regardless, from there it looked to be the plan to sit deep and let them have the ball right in to the middle third. 

When we had the ball, we didn't look particularly interested in doing much with it - none of the lovely, quick passing football we've come to expect. Don't know if that was the conditions or a deliberate tactic - the pitch certainly seemed slippy, as evidenced by two or three slips in the lead up to the equaliser. 

Thought we were quite niggly too - Hearts fans seemed quite aggrieved. No idea why Mulumbu has committed that foul on the wrong side of Lafferty, but we have Macdonald to thank for rescuing the point. 

It probably says a lot about how much expectations have risen that we're going up against a good Hearts side away from home and coming away disappointed we didn't give a better account of ourselves. 

A point is probably not a bad result from a none-too-easy on the eye performance. 

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1 hour ago, kfc_superteam said:

To be fair Naismith didn't celebrate scoring against us. From his interview on Alba if conditions were right I think he'd like to be playing for us! 

He was an absolute dick all night.

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