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 Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Rusty Shackleford  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:10

Similar team to last week. Was Breen playing?
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: PilmuirPar  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:19

No Gaspuitis or Thomas.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: jake89  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:20

Thomas won`t be back for a while.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Parsfangaz  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:22

Not seen team can someone post up please
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Rusty Shackleford  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:33

#cinchChampionship | #DAFC v QOS |

1 Owain Fôn Williams
2 Aaron Comrie
12 Rhys Breen
33 Mark Connolly
3 Josh Edwards
6 Kyle Macdonald
17 Graham Dorrans (c)
26 Matthew Todd
8 Kai Kennedy
11 Ryan Dow
14 Lewis McCann

#COYPl https://t.co/2xfAA8pp1S
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 Pars TV
Topic Originator: PARSwede  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:34

Cant get full screen.

Clicking on correct icon but nothing happening.....

Anyone help?

Got it!!!

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Berry  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:43

Hope I’m wrong, just can’t see McCann being the answer up top when you have O’Hara, Wighton & Todorov on the bench.

Think we’re short of quality in midfield, Todd, Pybus & Allan. Todd seems the right call out of the three but we should be looking to strengthen next window.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Steve mcgregor  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:44

How do we sign in to parstv with season ticket. Says can’t match postcode
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wulliepar57  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:44

Anybody got any idea what they mean when they say this on the DAFC site
Rhys Breen coming in for the totally absent Vytas Gašpuitis.
Is this the terminology for him not even being a sub ??
I have no conspiracy theories I am just curious to know if he is injured

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Bucuresti Par  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:46

A bit disappointed with that line up, Todd and McDonald quite fortunate to start for me, and Dow was very poor centrally against Hamilton as well. I`d have like to seen him wide, Pybus in for Todd and Wighton playing behind McCann. Time will tell though, I hope its an inspired choice by Yogi!

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Angus_W  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:46

Tap Season Ticket top left of the page…….

“.........your on mute Jordan” 😀
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Berry  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:48

I think re Todd if we want to play offensively he’s probably the pick of the bunch we have. If it was on performances I wouldn’t have dropped Pybus who was coming onto a game.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: nick_dafc1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 14:51

Quote:

Berry, Sat 11 Dec 14:43

Hope I’m wrong, just can’t see McCann being the answer up top when you have O’Hara, Wighton & Todorov on the bench.

Think we’re short of quality in midfield, Todd, Pybus & Allan. Todd seems the right call out of the three but we should be looking to strengthen next window.


He obviously doesn`t think they work hard enough or play in the way he wants a striker to play when he continuously keeps them on the bench.

Maybe guys like Todd and McCann are willing to listen and do what`s asked.

Kennedy was poor last week and Mcdonald isn`t a right winger but with Thomas out we are out options. Definitely need a couple of wide players in January.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Rastapari  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:06

Oops.

Carole Baskin fed Rasta to a tiger.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Row_ZZ  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:07

No-one interested in challenging for the ball. Disgrace.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Lucho_8  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:07

Some team so we are
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Berry  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:07

So poor a goal.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wulliepar57  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:08

well I can see we have started where we left off last week , dire
that was such a simple goal to lose , should have been avoided only good thing is we have 87 minutes to get 2

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Lucho_8  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:11

Could have used my dust collecting season ticket to go today or even watched it in the house for F all.
So glad I decided to do none of that and walk the dog in the pouring rain instead. Much more enjoyable than watching that load of imposters.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Berry  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:12

The goal started off with MacDonald for me not aware of his surroundings and watching his man. From there it was straightforward as Comrie had to come out of position.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Hay Fever  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:16

Still got 87min to get 2? I think we’ll need more than 2

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Lucho_8  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:24

Some team so we are
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wulliepar57  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:25

I will take that , get in there
cmon ye pars

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Johanisk  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:34

is it just me or is it a particularly quiet match thread today?

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: FA1968  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:37

Certainly quieter since we equalised.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wulliepar57  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:47

Morton getting a right doing from Inverness just now thats ICT 3 up hope they keep it up good for the goal difference !

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:49

Yer a jinx wullie :-)

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Vamos Pars  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:51

Having Wighton, O’Hara and Todorov all on the bench is nothing short of a disgrace.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: nick_dafc1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:53

Quote:

Vamos Pars, Sat 11 Dec 15:51

Having Wighton, O’Hara and Todorov all on the bench is nothing short of a disgrace.


What did they contribute under Grant?

Maybe they aren`t pulling their weight in training. You don`t know so I wouldn`t call it a disgrace..
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: RossF  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:54

Connolly, Comrie and Kennedy are the only players who deserve pass marks. We`ve been so wasteful on the ball and look very weak in the centre of the park. Todd has offered nothing and looks lost. The same can be said with McDonald who has killed the pace of the game any time he has the ball. Kennedy is our only attacking option at the moment who is capable of beating a man. Personally I`d move Dow to the wing and bring O`Hara or Wighton on to help McCann in the second half. We badly need a new midfield in January.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wulliepar57  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:54

Thinking that myself Buspasspar !
will not write anything like that again !!
That man Uguwu with a penalty , I can always remember when he was here and wanted to be the hero and fluffed his penalty how things change

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 15:56

So frustrating to watch just now. There are some really talented footballers in that team but they`re getting dragged down by some of the sub standard squad players we either signed in the summer or are having to persist with because some of the other signings have disappeared.

Sorry but Edwards and McDonald try hard but just aren`t good enough. The keeper appears tall but not when crosses are put in the box. Connolly is good enough but all the other centre halves we have are bang average at best.

Kennedy was invisible last week but looks like he`s interested this week at least.

God knows how this will finish as we look vulnerable on the left.

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:03

Topic Originator: wulliepar57 like | nolike
Date: Sat 11 Dec 15:54

Thinking that myself Buspasspar !
will not write anything like that again !!
That man Uguwu with a penalty , I can always remember when he was here and wanted to be the hero and fluffed his penalty how things change

Was at the game wullie .. stopped at Asda on ma way home and bought a litre bottle of Bells .. felt worse in the morning :-))

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Steve mcgregor  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:09

Get Kyle McDonald aff the park, said it just week and a will say it again, sorry bud your not good enough
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: AdamAntsParsStripe  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:09

Get Kyle Mcdonald aff that park. At fault for both their goals.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wulliepar57  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:10

Another goal from a wayward pass from McDonald need to get him off just not good enough

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: gordi-b  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:13

When are we going to stop constantly playing backwards another stupid mistake by a player who shouldn’t be in a pars jersey

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:16

COYP

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: jake89  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:16

We could take this. Need to keep the head.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wulliepar57  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:17

Game on again well done connolly good header
cmon pars no more gifts , go and get the winner ! maybe better to get 2goals just in case ,

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: jake89  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:18

Quote:

Buspasspar, Sat 11 Dec 15:49

Yer a jinx wullie :-)


Not anymore. 5-1! Good for the goal difference.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:23

Rovers and the Lichtie`s knocked Killie down to 4th

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wulliepar57  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:26

good grief we have just lost another goal , we never seem to pick folk up at corners , we never learn

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Row_ZZ  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:27

There is no way you can survive in this league defending the way we do. We are honestly so bad.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: kelty_par  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:27

Well this is garbage. Two terrible teams but we are just so bad it`s laughable. Each and every goal has been avoidable.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:29

Deary deary me

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:29

Quote:

kelty_par, Sat 11 Dec 16:27

Well this is garbage. Two terrible teams but we are just so bad it`s laughable. Each and every goal has been avoidable.


Agree 100%. We`ve gifted them the goals

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: parathetic  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:31

WHY are we so dire ? 🤔
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: jojo  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:33

But they look so good in training 🥺

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: RossF  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:33

Woeful. Against the worst team in the league and they have outplayed us. We are screwed.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Rusty Shackleford  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:41

This is concerning eh
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:43

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RossF, Sat 11 Dec 16:33

Woeful. Against the worst team in the league and they have outplayed us. We are screwed.


They`re no the worst team in the league

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Berkey  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:45

It’s experienced January signings or bust for us this season.

We’re putting out a league 1 line up every week with players who have proved themselves in the championship in the past (even if near the bottom) warming the bench with no sign of a start in sight.

I know yogi can only work with what he’s been given but with the team he’s now consistently putting out regardless of previous performances it seems his often talked up man management skills only extend to the young inexperienced members of the squad who have not shown anything to suggest they can cut it at this level.

Is he cutting off his nose to spite his face benching these guys, how long until he feels his point is proven and he’ll utilise them again?

Worrying times.



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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Berkey  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:47

Phew another big goal to hopefully get us a point!

Things will be looking up……..now yogi is gone!

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:55

My auld heart canny take much more of this COYP

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: pacifist  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 16:55

We needed that goal.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: RossF  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:00

"They`re no the worst team in the league"

Yes they are... Poor poor result today. Lucky to get the draw.



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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wulliepar57  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:04

Me too Buspasspar watching the Pars isn`t good for your health
I still don`t understand Yogi`s line up today
We were at home and played with one up front , we should have been braver went with 2 up and took the game to them !
We need to stop giving teams easy goals and instead make them work for them
you score 3 Goals at home you expect to win a game
I will take the point and move on we are getting closer to the January window

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Lucho_8  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:05

I would say we’re the worst team in the league tbh
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: nick_dafc1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:05

Quote:

wulliepar57, Sat 11 Dec 17:04

Me too Buspasspar watching the Pars isn`t good for your health
I still don`t understand Yogi`s line up today
We were at home and played with one up front , we should have been braver went with 2 up and took the game to them !
We need to stop giving teams easy goals and instead make them work for them
you score 3 Goals at home you expect to win a game
I will take the point and move on we are getting closer to the January window


We scored 3 goals, if we defended better we would of won, not by having more than one up front.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Toddyrov  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:12

Big clear out needed. Throwing 3 goals at qots at home is criminal. Well done to Kennedy today, good performance.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Parfect69  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:16

Worst squad in years. How we got a point from that I will never know. QOTS must be gutted
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:20

Quote:

RossF, Sat 11 Dec 17:00

"They`re no the worst team in the league"

Yes they are... Poor poor result today. Lucky to get the draw.



You`ve missed my point

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Berry  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:24

Got out of jail with that really.

We’re in a right relegation scrap that’s going to go to the wire.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Angus_W  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:26

Tricky bit is the next 4 games are against the top 4 who are all in form.

Can’t see us getting anything out of those games.

It’s grim………….

“.........your on mute Jordan” 😀
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: RossF  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:28

I didn`t miss your point da no 1, knew exactly what you meant!

I cannot believe how poor some players were today. Rhys Breen could easily be confused with Ross Graham with the amount of howlers he made today. Unfortunately Josh Edwards was terrible today as well and shows that we definitely need another left back in come January to compete with him. Queens had most of their attacks from the left today and it looked so easy for them.

I seriously hope we can hold onto Connolly come January as he has more heart than most of the players who are contracted to the club. He gives everything and seems the only player from the back capable of making an attacking pass. Kennedy played his best game in a Pars strip and will hopefully kick on from there.

Queens number 10 Lee Connelly was probably the man of the match today. Constant pest and scored a brilliant goal (thanks to one of many of McDonald`s errors) and assisted well.

We could easily do with bringing in 6 or 7 in January and getting rid of a good few also.



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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:30

Kilmarnock aren`t in good form?

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: LEGEND85  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:30

That was awful cheap goals to give away and at no point did we have any control.

For me we can`t win games off football when your asking Ryan Dow and Matty Todd to compete in midfield.

Willie Gibson Centre half and we can`t win the game dire stuff.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Parfect69  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:32

I thought Kennedy was good today with a goal and 2 assists, however the amount of times he got into good positions his final ball let him down. Connelly was immense today and my motm
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: The moose  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:34

Maybe better with Yogi bear as manager.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Bamba-Daft  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:49

Connolly was brilliant today, threw himself in front of everything. McDonald, Todd, edwards, breen & dow might aswell get on indeed and get job hunting as they’ll be part time next year, league 1 players at best.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Par  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:51

Certainly can`t see much improvement from a manager who sounds good in interviews as well!

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: buffy  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:52

Connelly for QoS Parfect69 or our Connolly?

Kai Kennedy’s free kick was an absolute peach and his work rate surely cannot be challenged. After his goal his confidence soared. He got past defenders with ease but perhaps a bit too confident thereafter as he did lose the ball on a couple of occasions.

McCann ~ what a turnaround. Very chuffed with him.
Breen lacking in self confidence perhaps but will come good. His booing contingency should refrain and allow him to find his feet. I hate hearing our own fans having a go at our own players.

It was a good game to report on ~ a 6 goal thriller in my eyes.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Paralex  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:55

Totally agree with that Connolly was superb. What a signing he`s turning out to be. A real inspiration. Led by example and didn`t put a foot wrong until Pybus got in his way. But O`Hara I`m afraid never looked as if he was anywhere up to the pace of the game. Sadly he was worse than a man short.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: LEGEND85  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:56

That wasn`t a 6 goal thriller just constantly trying to chase our tails.

When we drew 4-4 with dundee many moons ago that was a thriller.

Qots for me deserved to win
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: yorkiepar  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 17:56

Let’s just hope that Yogi’s initial enthusiasm for the task in hand doesn’t fade over the next few months. I honestly feel sorry for the man. With that squad he certainly doesn’t have his troubles to seek. Totally agree with Berry’s earlier post. This is going to be a relegation scrap that’s going to go down to the wire.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: LEGEND85  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:00

The legacy of a shambolic summer.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: AJ27  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:12

Dreadful performance - for me only Connolly and Kennedy got pass marks.

Todd offers nothing and MacDonald once again looked completely out of place and exactly like last week O’Hara was very poor when he came on. For me Paul Allen is much better than either Pybus or Todd and deserves his chance and I’d get Wighton in as well.

Starting with 1 up front at home against a side playing Willie Gibson at centre half is very disappointing.

Only positive from the day was the late equaliser.

Andy J
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: CrossPar  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:12

Mark Connelly had a great game today and his namesake at QoS was very good and a thorn in our side all day. On that performance, he is a better striker than the 3 we had on the bench, good movement throughout, laid on the first goal and a great finish for his second. Out of contract at the end of the season, could be worth a look. Good game from Kennedy also. Thought McCann also put in a shift and capped it with the equaliser.

Now the negatives. Our midfield is murder. McDonald and Todd were both very poor and no surprise when they were subbed. Dow is a shadow of his former self. We need some midfielders in January. Our goalkeeper is also a problem. Terrible with crosses, poor kicker. Unfortunately the replacement we signed has proved to be worse and is one of our highest wage earners. Hope you can sort it out in January Yogi.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: nick_dafc1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:18

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AJ27, Sat 11 Dec 18:12

Dreadful performance - for me only Connolly and Kennedy got pass marks.

Todd offers nothing and MacDonald once again looked completely out of place and exactly like last week O’Hara was very poor when he came on. For me Paul Allen is much better than either Pybus or Todd and deserves his chance and I’d get Wighton in as well.

Starting with 1 up front at home against a side playing Willie Gibson at centre half is very disappointing.

Only positive from the day was the late equaliser.


We played 3 up front Wighton, Todorov and O Hara earlier in the season and got beat 3-0 at home to Thistle, I don`t know what everyone`s obsession is with how many strikers you have.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: NikNakPar  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:18

Certainly wasn`t a thriller. I`ve seen better 0-0 games.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: summeragent  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:19

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Vamos Pars, Sat 11 Dec 15:51

Having Wighton, O’Hara and Todorov all on the bench is nothing short of a disgrace.


Todorov shouldn’t even get to the bench! Wighton should be playing with McCann up front and O’Hara is probably a good sun at best!
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: gordi-b  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:21

Good post Crosspar, the goalkeeper and midfield are our biggest problem, our defensive frailty,s come from a total lack of ball winners in the midfield department , at times today as was last week Dorrans was further back than Connolly, teams are overrunning us every week in the middle of the park, as for our goalkeeper/coach his failure to deal with corners/ crossballs is pathetic for a big lad, couple of ball winning midfielders and a keeper in January should stem the tide.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: LEGEND85  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:25

Well said gordi-p our midfield is a disgrace.

Look at the rovers the lost Regan Hendry in the summer and he was massive for them, Then they lose Brad Spencer and replace him no problem and beat Kilmarnock and it`s all because they recruit well in the summer and we didn`t shambles
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Parsfangaz  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:34

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summeragent, Sat 11 Dec 18:19

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Vamos Pars, Sat 11 Dec 15:51

Having Wighton, O’Hara and Todorov all on the bench is nothing short of a disgrace.


Todorov shouldn’t even get to the bench! Wighton should be playing with McCann up front and O’Hara is probably a good sun at best!


Why do you watch training 5 days a week ??
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Jeffery  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:38

I didn`t see the game today so can`t comment on today`s performance but some of the comments here about Breen seem a bit harsh.

He`s just coming back from injury and Hughes said during the week he was only just back to full training. Yogi has maybe been forced to throw him in because Gaspuitus being out has left us short, or the alternatives looked worse.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: cfad  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:41

A positive is that we kept fighting and came back 3 times, so didn’t let the heads go down. Connolly, Kennedy & McCann had good games. We need a change in squad but we’ve got enough in the tank to finish above the bottom 2 come April
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: parsfan97  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:41

Dorrans plays far too deep lost count the amount of times he was at centre half today, such a poor performance again and we scored from 3 set pieces which is pretty remarkable considering how poor we usually are at them. 1 up front isn’t working and we desperately need at least 4/5 signings in January to even stay up imo

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Bamba-Daft  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:49

Maybe I’m just a half glass empty guy but I honestly don’t see enough in that squad to say we’ll stay up. Next 4 are against the top 4, based on the last 2 performances we’ll be lucky to get a point from those 4.
Were abysmal in midfield, Todd looked absolutely shattered after about 20 mins, he just isn’t up to this level. dorrans doesn’t have the legs anymore and dow is just invisible every week.. he’s not even half the player he was before his injury.

Upfront McCann puts in a good shift and throws himself about but again I just don’t see him being a championship level player. If he is our No.9 he simply must have someone up top alongside him, but then we’re short in the middle.

We find ourselves in a situation where we NEED atleast 4 or 5 signings in January, ideally 6 or 7 to be a competent championship side. Not going to happen, so we bring in whoever we can to improve the squad and battle like f*ck until the end of the season when we can get rid of everyone who’s on a one year deal.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: hudza  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:51

We are absolutely dung

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 18:59

Nothing wrong with effort commitment and work rate.

Most of them just make too many mistakes to give us any chance of winning games

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: JTH123  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 19:08

Agree with what`s been said above. Midfield can be completely cleared out apart from the young boys.
Connolly played well but was among the culpable for the early goal we lost.
Also agree that Kennedy had a better game but I was getting very frustrated at him coming short asking for the ball on the hw line.
O`Hara was abysmal when he came on. Todorov not much better. I would stick with McCann as the laddie looks like he has something.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 19:15

Folk complain about the quality of our midfield then moan about playing one up front! Yogi has explained that on more than one occasion. Unfortunately none of our midfielders seems to be able to get close enough to McCann to help him. I think McCann is beginning to show the benefits from getting a run of games though.

For me the main problem is a lack of movement which means the man in possession has few options and ends up making bad decisions. Too many players` first instinct is to pass sideways or backwards and if it`s not accurate we`re in trouble as happened with McDonald.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Toddyrov  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 19:39

Our defence consistently switch off. Dorrans catches some flack on here but without him to bring the ball forward and keep the play easy at times we would be fekked.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Socks  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 19:41

I probably make no sense in saying this, but for a poor game it was quite good. Certainly enough incident in the game to keep it interesting, even aside from the goals. Not at all the turgid game I was expecting.

Where do you start with how bad we were defensively today? This is not about the back four, who collectively were not terrible, it`s about the whole team and how we`re set up. The 3 awful goals tell a story in themselves, but a bigger concern to me was how easily we were opened up through the middle, time after time. Any break of the ball within 15 yards of the halfway line that went Queens` way was guaranteed to leave them with 30-40 yards to run into unchallenged. Dorrans was OK, but there was nothing in midfield with him to allow us to compete.

With the shape we`ve used recently, you wouldn`t expect this to happen. In theory it should allow Ryan Dow to get forward and attack while Dorrans sits deep but for whatever reason it just didn`t work at all. We always had the look of a team chasing the game, even when we weren`t behind.

That has to be the end of the Todd / Dow pairing in midfield. There`s nothing there defensively at all. Todd`s defending was summed up by the incident where he was ripped out wide in the first half, tried to take a booking for the team by taking out the man who beat him with a late tackle, and completely missed. He was done twice last week in similar style.

We were a little more direct today, and it was effective when we played that way. For all the pass-pass-pass of the first half, the better positions we got into came from hitting longer passes to McCann and getting the second ball in good areas. And when we started playing diagonal balls to McCann late in the game looking for an equaliser, we had quite a bit of success with it.

I`m happy with a point today. There wasn`t that much in it but Queens were probably more dangerous than us in attack. One positive is that it was an improvement on last week - it would be impossible not to be. The other positive is that we came from behind 3 times to get something from the game, and it was a big deal that we didn`t lose today.

Important weeks coming up. I think we have serious problems and unless the manager can find a coherent setup in midfield, the second half of the season will be as tough as the first. My choice for now would be to tweak the midfield shape slightly and bring Pybus back in alongside Dorrans in a 4-2-3-1 shape and just accept that games might be a bit duller.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: kelty_par  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 20:10

I think we`ve been crying out for some variation of 4-3-2-1 all season tbf, but Yogi likes wingers and he seems to want to keep playing this way. Which could work if our central two didn`t leave huge gaps every time the opposition had the ball. I lost count the amount of times they had the ball just outside their 18 yard box and managed to break through the lines with one or two simple passes. On the flip side, when we had the ball it took us an age to get into the attacking third and in the first 60 minutes in particular it seemed that every time we got there it had been so slow they managed to get back into an organised shape. The few times we did get a one on one or moved at any pace Kennedy for all his success often chose the wrong option.

The experiment with MacDonald as a winger must surely be over and Allan or Pybus (although he wasn`t great when he came on either) should play ahead of Todd next week. If Dow can`t get forward from midfield to support McCann then could O`Hara or Wighton play in there instead? Who knows, but given the lack of enthusiasm in the warm up and the lack of game time recently, perhaps Wighton`s days as a Pars player are numbered anyway?

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: BA  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 20:15

I’m surprised people are talking up McCann after today, granted he got the equaliser but his overall game in general was really poor I thought. He made an old aged winger playing CB look like a world beater today - embarrassing stuff.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: RossF  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 20:49

I was surprised hearing his interview that Vytas was dropped because he isn`t a left centre half. Even thought that may be the case he looks a lot more composed at the back than Breen. He then stated that Graham was on the bench as Breen and Graham would be a like for like sub as Breen was a risk after coming back from injury. The only comparison I can see between the two is the basic mistakes they both make. Vytas has definitely been the best defender to play with Connolly so far this season. Personally I prefer no nonsense centre backs, especially at this level when we are desperate to pick up results and cut out daft mistakes.

It does sound like changes will be made next week however as he sounds very frustrated with the contribution the midfield makes. I do wish he would stop going on about how good a team we would be if football was 12 aside. He`s mentioned that countless times in the last fortnight. He surely has to have a midfielder set up for January the 1st. I cannot remember the last time we so badly needed a player in a certain position,

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Westies squint kicks  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 21:01

When we played Raith in the 5-1 doing last season the midfield was 4 loanees (Henderson, Murray, McInroy and Banks) always on the cards we’d be light there this season. Cole, Dorrans and Pybus the only recruits in that area I believe.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 21:10

Having played centre back himself maybe Yogi understands the benefit of having a natural left-footer playing on the left. Considering Breen hasn`t had much game time I thought he did OK.

McCann used to get stick for not scoring despite numerous appearances. I think he`s now scored 3 in 4 games but he`s `embarrassing` apparently. Some of you should cut younger players a bit of slack. I remember when Jackie McNamara first broke into the team he was written off by some because he wasn`t an overnight sensation. Few players are.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: cfad  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 21:32

Agree with your thoughts on McCann Eck, however Breen not so much at this point
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: BA  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 21:35

Wee eck are you trying to tell us that McCann had a good game against a Gibson today? Gibson at CB, out of position and at 37 was their weakness today in my opinion and he had an easy game against McCann, I’d go as far to say he strolled it against a guy much younger, taller and faster - that just simply shouldn’t be happening.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: sammer  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 21:37

This left footer talk is nonsenses. Wee Eck is old enough to know better.

The greatest cover defender I ever saw was Frannz Beckenbauer; he only used his left foot in emergencies. Sometimes to score admittedly; he was that good.

Marius Tresor, Baresi, Roy Barry: they were all one footed: but I can hear still hear their tackles through the filter of my younger years. Don`r get on the end of them, is my advice.

I think Guspatis is strong and should play every week. He is a Jim Fraser type defender; let`s use him. Let`s start to impose ourselves on teams instead of apologising for who we are: We are a reactive team: not a proactive unit, even under Hughes.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 21:41

I thought Yogi was referring to distribution from the left centre back position. I agree Gaspuitis is a decent defender and he`s reasonably comfortable on his left side. He might get his chance again if we can`t extend Connolly`s loan or sign him permanently.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 21:44

`Wee eck are you trying to tell us that McCann had a good game against a Gibson today? Gibson at CB, out of position and at 37 was their weakness today in my opinion and he had an easy game against McCann, I’d go as far to say he strolled it against a guy much younger, taller and faster - that just simply shouldn’t be happening.`

Who was supposed to be marking McCann at the corner he scored from?

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: BA  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 21:51

Agree with Sammer re this left foot talk being nonsense, first and foremost a CB needs just needs to be a good defender. In terms of distribution - 9 times out of 10 they (left CB) just pass to the LB anyway which can easily be done by a right footer. I wouldn’t say Breen was that good at “defending or distributing, he was bullied by their no. 19 today and his c*ck up with OFW in the second half was Sunday league stuff and could have cost us a point today.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 21:54

Thought McCann did ok

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: BA  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 21:58

Wee eck are you trying to tell us that McCann had a good game against a Gibson today? Gibson at CB, out of position and at 37 was their weakness today in my opinion and he had an easy game against McCann, I’d go as far to say he strolled it against a guy much younger, taller and faster - that just simply shouldn’t be happening.`

Who was supposed to be marking McCann at the corner he scored from?

I’ve seen a replay of the goal and it looks like Paton was picking him up, so what’s your point mate?



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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 22:28

My point was that McCann lost his man, whoever he was. It`s the same old story on here. If someone makes a mistake he gets pelters but if someone does something right, like a centre forward scoring a goal, it`s just what`s expected and no credit`s given.

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Topic Originator: DBA  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 22:32

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wee eck, Sat 11 Dec 22:28

My point was that McCann lost his man, whoever he was. It`s the same old story on here. If someone makes a mistake he gets pelters but if someone does something right, like a centre forward scoring a goal, it`s just what`s expected and no credit`s given.


Everyone has credited McCann for getting the goal from what I`ve seen. Scoring a goal from a corner doesn`t mean he had a good game though.
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: par-91  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 22:37

Can hardly give Gibson all of the credit for McCann having a quiet game. Our midfield was so slow/lethargic that if the ball got played to McCann, there was 4/5 QoS players closer to him than the nearest Pars player. That gives the defender(s) a huge advantage every single time, regardless of whether they’re a natural defender. That’s before considering the (poor) quality of balls he was receiving. Usually just a hit and hope type ball for him to leap in the air with nobody to flick it on or knock it down to, or a punt into the channels, where he had the full back and centre back to take on, before he would then be met by another defender and/or a Queens midfielder and not one of our teammates would be there looking for a pass yet. You can’t blame that on McCann, surely?!

Once the subs got made, McCann was more effective and Gibson resorted to throwing himself to the ground to buy free kicks. That’s not the sign of a defender who is in control or dominating a striker at all. McCann certainly offered more than Todorov.

Some fans are just so keen to slag off our younger players at every opportunity. McCann was far from our biggest weakness today. I’d argue he was one of the positives, but that’s probably just out of desperation to find any positives. All 3 central midfielders, our right winger, our left CB and our LB were all much more concerning.
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Topic Originator: Parsfangaz  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 23:10

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cfad, Sat 11 Dec 18:41

A positive is that we kept fighting and came back 3 times, so didn’t let the heads go down. Connolly, Kennedy & McCann had good games. We need a change in squad but we’ve got enough in the tank to finish above the bottom 2 come April


McCann played well lol
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: USMac  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 23:25

It`s tough when Yogi`s midfield options are limited, with Thomas and Wilson out.

Allan and Dorrans both play as deep lying midfielders so when Dorrans plays, Allan usually does not. I`d like to see them play along side each other and flip the midfield triangle right side up. Play someone with a lot of energy in front of them (Todd or Pybus) and move Dow out right.

It might make us more solid through the middle with the games coming up against the top teams in the division, and it would get Dow further forward.

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Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sat 11 Dec 23:28

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Parsfangaz, Sat 11 Dec 23:10

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cfad, Sat 11 Dec 18:41

A positive is that we kept fighting and came back 3 times, so didn’t let the heads go down. Connolly, Kennedy & McCann had good games. We need a change in squad but we’ve got enough in the tank to finish above the bottom 2 come April


McCann played well lol


Lol indeed

McCann did ok

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: The Boss  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 00:28

Regardless if he had a good game or not, McCann is paid to score goals and that’s exactly what he did today and it was a very important goal at that. He puts in a decent shift too in my opinion.

The midfield is a huge concern though. Too many times options were limited. Are people hiding or have they not got the awareness or quality?

Frantic stuff at the back as well. I think it’s wrong to single out Breen though. Considering he hasn’t had that many minutes.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: BA  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 01:35

n hardly give Gibson all of the credit for McCann having a quiet game. Our midfield was so slow/lethargic that if the ball got played to McCann, there was 4/5 QoS players closer to him than the nearest Pars player. That gives the defender(s) a huge advantage every single time, regardless of whether they’re a natural defender. That’s before considering the (poor) quality of balls he was receiving. Usually just a hit and hope type ball for him to leap in the air with nobody to flick it on or knock it down to, or a punt into the channels, where he had the full back and centre back to take on, before he would then be met by another defender and/or a Queens midfielder and not one of our teammates would be there looking for a pass yet. You can’t blame that on McCann, surely?!

Once the subs got made, McCann was more effective and Gibson resorted to throwing himself to the ground to buy free kicks. That’s not the sign of a defender who is in control or dominating a striker at all. McCann certainly offered more than Todorov.

Some fans are just so keen to slag off our younger players at every opportunity. McCann was far from our biggest weakness today. I’d argue he was one of the positives, but that’s probably just out of desperation to find any positives. All 3 central midfielders, our right winger, our left CB and our LB were all much more concerning.

I agree with your point about slow service from the midfield, but I think McCann plays his part in that too - he doesn’t make many (if any) obvious moves to receive into feet and he doesn’t spin in behind either. How many opposition players are near you doesn’t really have that much bearing on the outcome of a 121 dual too in my opinion - McCann vs Gibson today should have been a complete mismatch physically today but McCann never pounced on that. He should have been licking his lips playing against a makeshift winger at CB, but he He never roughed Gibson up, he never used his body to turn him and he never spun in behind - as a CB the last thing you want at 37 is a 21 year old running in behind you and making you chase back, he played right into Gibson’s hands that way, the game was played in front of him which suited him just fine.

Agreed McCann’s not our biggest issue but I really felt that was an area/dual we never exploited today.

I’m not keen to slag him off, I’d love him to push on and be the breakthrough youngster from the youth system but he has some way to go for me. Took his goal well today though, But other than that contributed hee-haw. You can say he’s paid to score goals, true stuff, but CF’s also need to stretch the opposition or hold the ball up, McCann does neither.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Dafc1996  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 02:41

Wasn`t at game due to work commitments this time of year...surely if that was weeks ago and we went a goal down so early we would have struggled to get even one goal back never mind score 3...yes we still drew but a points a point just now..points like that can make a difference at the end of the sesson.if we can scrape points between now and January..then see who yogi has planned to bring in...remember this isn`t yogis team yet we will need to judge him between transfers window`s as some players definitely aren`t good enough to get us up and out this league

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: DAFC 9  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 02:53

Okay let`s go through the team.
OFW - Didn`t really do much wrong today, but please just come for crosses in the six yard box.
Comrie - Seems as if he is going backwards in his development. Would say it`s his fault for first goal.
Connolly - MOM for me, the only one who was even trying to break the lines for us. Defended well also. Would love us to sign him.
Breen - Holy smokes, he just seemed nervous the whole game. All he done was pass to Edwards for 90 minutes. The two mix ups he had were laughable also. I don`t like jumping on young players, or any player really, but he is just not good enough.
Edwards - After seeing him v partick away I thought he finally proved me wrong however another one who is not good enough. Did he ever overlap Kennedy who was cutting inside with the majority of his runs? Surely that`s the point of an full back when playing with an inside winger... Again he just liked passing sidewards to Breen for 90 minutes.

Dorrans - Receives some hate on here, but if it wasn`t for him always dropping in and trying to get the ball then nobody would. He rarely loses the ball(partick aside), always keeps it moving and always wants the ball.
Dow - I really liked this idea having Dow in the middle as I like his energy however this just hasn`t worked. I thought he would be basically be a second striker running in behind, especially playing with a target man. Get him back out wide ASAP.
Todd - Doesn`t influence the game enough for me, bit of a passenger, doesn`t look to receive the ball, and not mobile enough to get beyond the striker. Was pretty invisible today until he got brought off.
McDonald - After the Ayr game I thought he would work well after a few games playing in the winger role getting some confidence as usually he can deliver a good cross. But he never seems to run at his man, it`s always sidewards or backwards with him. Experiment needs to be ended and get Dow back out wide.
Kennedy - Happy for him to get the goal and two assists today. Was our only attacking bright spark and always willing to take on his man, often being doubled up on but still getting crosses in or shots away. I just wish he silenced the old boy in the NW who was giving him the worst pelters I`ve ever heard a few weeks back V Morton. One of the few pass marks today.

McCann - why he didn`t just sit and bully Willie Gibson for 90 minutes has left me completely confused. As a lone striker you need to be clever enough to target the weak link in the back four and exploit. Which he never did.
Saying that, he scored a decent header and his main job is to score goals but if you`re going to play him upfront himself, he needs to learn how to play the role.
He needs to be a bit smarter also, kicked the ball away when we were getting beat 3-2 was a questionable decision. And I never want to see him try to take someone on the outside. That`s twice I`ve seen him try that and it just doesn`t work.

Subs - only thing pybus done was get in the road of Connolly. Todorov is just disappointing, I really thought he would be decent. Surprisingly I don`t mind O`Hara, I`d like to see him start up front with McCann next week as he gives you good energy and a bit of pace.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: GG Riva  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 07:40

Some good posts on this thread, especially Pars91.

If anyone was of the mind that "we`re too good to go down" that notion should be well dispelled by now. Having recently played against all the teams around us and only beaten Ayr, it`s time for John Hughes to take stock.

He won`t be able to fault the players for effort, but he`ll have seen for himself that the squad isn`t good enough in a number of areas. Some folk are pinning a lot of hope on the January transfer window, but that will depend on a number of factors. How much money is available. How good Yogi`s contacts are. Whether the players he identifies are prepared to come and whether they gell if they do come.

My mind goes back to the short spell under John Potter. He brought in around 6 players in the January window and not one of them improved the team, which was unfortunate. He then had a large squad, rotated after every poor result and was lambasted by many on here for making too many changes and not knowing what his best team was. Let`s hope Hughes avoids falling into the same trap.



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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: 1985Par  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 07:57

Can we just remind ourselves that Lewis McCann is 20! And some are expecting him to be “bullying “ an experienced pro in Gibson?? Not only is that unrealistic, it’s disrespectful towards Gibson who is a decent player who has clearly looked after himself. McCann is raw, with a touch that needs a bit of work but I can’t remember too many young lads coming through our ranks to make a bigger impact than he’s done in recent weeks. There aren’t many centre forwards who peak at the age of 20 and I for one think he has potential and is as good or better than other options we’ve got. His header yesterday was excellent.



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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Bucuresti Par  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 08:33

There is certainly a lack of quality in the team, especially in midfield.

Kennedy was excellent, the problem with him has not been a lack of effort, just a lack of confidence and not getting him on the ball in decent areas. Some people also need to remember that forward players will not choose/execute the right option every time! A goal and 2 assists is a pretty good day`s work!

Connolly was very good as well, if we can`t extend his loan his presence will be sorely missed.

McCann I though did pretty well with little service and rescued a point with a difficult header.

After those 3, not many positives.

Dorrans, neat and tidy as normal, does read the game well but for me needs to take more responsibility at times to play forward passes and sometimes sits very deep and invites the opposition midfield forward.

OFW - generally fine, but the 3rd goal is typical of his Achilles heel, a cross that a decent keeper comes and catches, his starting position for corners, nearer the back post invites this.

Comrie & Edwards - neither played very well, not sure what Comrie was doing for the 1st goal.

Breen struggled, maybe not fully fit but with no Gaspuitus there was no other choice. I`ve been quite impressed when I have seen him before, so hopefully he will come good.

Todd - barely involved, its not clear what he brings, often drops towards the left back position to pick up the ball, but rarely does anything with it.

Dow - I (and others) type this every game, a shadow of his former self, I`d put him back on the right wing to see if that can re-awaken him and Comrie

McDonald - looks like a full back filling in, has some energy but little quality.

The subs had little impact, O`Hara the least, he either plays as a centre forward running in behind or sits on the bench for me. Pybus to me offers more than Todd. Todorov won a few headers, but lacks confidence at the moment with the ball at his feet.

I`d be tempted to go with USMac`s suggestion against the stronger teams. Allan alongside Dorrans as two deep lying midfielders, Pybus in front of them and give more freedom to Kennedy and Dow wide to stay forward and help McCann.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: PARrot  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 09:12

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BA, Sat 11 Dec 21:58

Wee eck are you trying to tell us that McCann had a good game against a Gibson today? Gibson at CB, out of position and at 37 was their weakness today in my opinion and he had an easy game against McCann, I’d go as far to say he strolled it against a guy much younger, taller and faster - that just simply shouldn’t be happening.`

Who was supposed to be marking McCann at the corner he scored from?

I’ve seen a replay of the goal and it looks like Paton was picking him up, so what’s your point mate?



....and about 15 years more experience. A fair bit of which was at a higher level.

He wasnt just up against Gibson either. There were 3 men on him anytime we got the ball near him.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Berry  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 09:24

I don’t think Kennedy lacks in confidence, if anything the opposite.

Our only attacking threat came through him and the only thing I’d like to see in addition is to lift his head a little more as he’ll find sometimes there’s a better play with a pass than trying to take everyone on at all opportunities.

I know we scored three goals but there was a time when we were on the offence and we had Kennedy, Todd, MacDonald & McCann and I just thought, is this really the best we can put out.

Given up on Dow, I thought he’d come on to a game after a while but he’s not even a shadow of his former self since his injury.

I stand by my comments that we are in serious bother and when you have players like Todorov, Wighton & O’Hara, you have to try and use them and get the best out of the them. You can’t have them on the bench.

I’m not saying start them all at once, yes they didn’t perform well under Grant but let’s face it…no one did. You get the best out of those players and stop leaking stupid goals then we’ll drift away from the problems we’re in.

Other thing I notice is how quick other teams are on the counter, we are so unbelievably slow and kill any possible opportunity of momentum.

When was the last time we started a second half at EEP as the better team as well, you just knew Queens were going to get one early, to be honest surprised they didn’t get a fourth late on.

Yogi’s initial assessment was bang on, we are far too soft.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: Steve mcgregor  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 10:05

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Bucuresti Par, Sun 12 Dec 08:33

There is certainly a lack of quality in the team, especially in midfield.

Kennedy was excellent, the problem with him has not been a lack of effort, just a lack of confidence and not getting him on the ball in decent areas. Some people also need to remember that forward players will not choose/execute the right option every time! A goal and 2 assists is a pretty good day`s work!

Connolly was very good as well, if we can`t extend his loan his presence will be sorely missed.

McCann I though did pretty well with little service and rescued a point with a difficult header.

After those 3, not many positives.

Dorrans, neat and tidy as normal, does read the game well but for me needs to take more responsibility at times to play forward passes and sometimes sits very deep and invites the opposition midfield forward.

OFW - generally fine, but the 3rd goal is typical of his Achilles heel, a cross that a decent keeper comes and catches, his starting position for corners, nearer the back post invites this.

Comrie & Edwards - neither played very well, not sure what Comrie was doing for the 1st goal.

Breen struggled, maybe not fully fit but with no Gaspuitus there was no other choice. I`ve been quite impressed when I have seen him before, so hopefully he will come good.

Todd - barely involved, its not clear what he brings, often drops towards the left back position to pick up the ball, but rarely does anything with it.

Dow - I (and others) type this every game, a shadow of his former self, I`d put him back on the right wing to see if that can re-awaken him and Comrie

McDonald - looks like a full back filling in, has some energy but little quality.

The subs had little impact, O`Hara the least, he either plays as a centre forward running in behind or sits on the bench for me. Pybus to me offers more than Todd. Todorov won a few headers, but lacks confidence at the moment with the ball at his feet.

I`d be tempted to go with USMac`s suggestion against the stronger teams. Allan alongside Dorrans as two deep lying midfielders, Pybus in front of them and give more freedom to Kennedy and Dow wide to stay forward and help McCann.


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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: BA  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 12:16

1985Par - Cameron (no.19) for QoS is only 21 and was a right pest to Breen yesterday, I can’t recall Breen winning one dual against him, he backed into Breen constantly and stuck his elbows into him, so age shouldn’t really come into it. And he tried to exploit Breen cause he knew Connolly was a different kettle of fish (linking to an earlier post about McCann not exploiting weaknesses in their back line).

Accepted that Lewis isn’t the finished article at 20/21, but he’s been around the first team squad long enough and capped for his country too, it’s not like he’s a wee boy we’ve just plucked out the youth system and thrown into the deep end - added to that he’s about 6ft 3! For me he should know how to play his role and use his body better than he does. It highlights our need for a striking coach to be honest - someone like Craig Brewster would sort him out.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 12:24

I`ll admit I had a go at Edwards yesterday but this morning I remembered we had a full back a few years ago who was young and still developing his game. He now plays every week in the SPFL & has 2 cup winners medals to his game.

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: McCaig`s Tower  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 14:38

Again I was mystified by the starting line-up (but then I thought we played badly last week).

There is an argument (not a particularly good one IMO) that after a bad performance you don’t make any changes but ask the same eleven to go out and play better. Personally, I would prefer a more substantial set of alterations.

In the event, the only change was binning Gaspuitis because he isn’t left footed, which seemed a strange one (and an odd vote of confidence in everyone else). Again, I wasn’t sure where Macdonald was meant to be playing – he seemed to be playing as a forward alongside McCann some of the time. If that was the plan, I thought that there were at least 3 other players on the bench, any of whom might have been better suited. In particular, one wonders what Wighton is thinking of his future.

We seem to lack resilience (which may be a strange thing to say given we equalised 3 times) but we do concede terrible goals. Someone does something stupid then we cave in and the ball is in the net – it was happening all the time earlier in the season and it seems to be happening again.

There were positives - three goals from set pieces, which should instil some belief that we can score goals. Kennedy broke his duck (plus 2 assists) so he is finding some end-product, and may make better decisions now that monkey is off his back, to mix the metaphor. Connolly may be our player of the season so far, and McCann got another goal proving his double wasn’t a one-off.

His position in the team demonstrates what I feel is a managerial conundrum. IMO young players need game time if they are going to improve (and not just the odd 5 or 10 minutes as third sub). They could go on loan, a system which has a lot of advocates (but that’s not doing Ross Graham much good right now). But short term priorities dictate you play your strongest team (which is normally the more experienced guys and the younger guys never get a look in.) For years it seemed we’d have promising kids, they’d get two or three games early season, but then we’d sign some experience just before the end of the transfer window and the kids would never play again. McCann should have learned a lot today – that should make him a better player. As a club, we need to be thinking long term (but it’s difficult given we are in a relegation battle).

I’m not sure where we are going to get all these new players from. Presumably it will be the case of one out one in, in which case I guess Wighton, Jones and perhaps Cole will be sacrificed. Maybe some sort of loan deal for one extra might be constructed – but WestiesSquintKicks made a good point about the number of loans we had last season. We can’t afford to rip up the team and start again every season.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: McCaig`s Tower  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 14:40


I was also interested in Yogi’s comments after the game – he talks a lot about the “distance between the players” being good and also about the need to get high but then the players being “too high”. I’m not sure if this is confusing for the players or whether they lack pitch awareness – certainly there were occasions at the end where we, for once, had plenty players in the box, but once the ball was cleared they were all out of play, gifting free possession.

Finally, there seemed a lot of school-kids at the game – normally these initiatives coincide with a dire 0-0 draw; perhaps seeing a six-goal thriller may entice some of them back.

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: DAFC 9  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 15:01

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Berry, Sun 12 Dec 09:24

I don’t think Kennedy lacks in confidence, if anything the opposite.

Our only attacking threat came through him and the only thing I’d like to see in addition is to lift his head a little more as he’ll find sometimes there’s a better play with a pass than trying to take everyone on at all opportunities.

I know we scored three goals but there was a time when we were on the offence and we had Kennedy, Todd, MacDonald & McCann and I just thought, is this really the best we can put out.

Given up on Dow, I thought he’d come on to a game after a while but he’s not even a shadow of his former self since his injury.

I stand by my comments that we are in serious bother and when you have players like Todorov, Wighton & O’Hara, you have to try and use them and get the best out of the them. You can’t have them on the bench.

I’m not saying start them all at once, yes they didn’t perform well under Grant but let’s face it…no one did. You get the best out of those players and stop leaking stupid goals then we’ll drift away from the problems we’re in.

Other thing I notice is how quick other teams are on the counter, we are so unbelievably slow and kill any possible opportunity of momentum.

When was the last time we started a second half at EEP as the better team as well, you just knew Queens were going to get one early, to be honest surprised they didn’t get a fourth late on.

Yogi’s initial assessment was bang on, we are far too soft.



This is so true about the speed of our counter attacks. Their first two goals came from us having the ball in their half but we are so unbelievably slow

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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: bannerpar  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 16:15

In Yogi`s post match comments he started by saying we had been more solid at the back in recent games losing only to a `wonder goal` and a penalty that shouldn`t have been. That suggests that the back four must have done reasonably well in those games. When asked about Gaspuitis absence he said that he felt that it would be better to go with a naturally left footed player alongside Connelly. Nothing wrong with that, perfectly understandable for a Manager to try to improve his team. But when he was asked why Gaspuitis wasn`t on the bench he gave a lot of nonsense about Breen just coming back from injury. I know Graham is also left footed but we`ve all seen him and there`s nothing to support Vytas being relegated from playing in a back four that was doing OK to being left out altogether. I`m not saying that it effected the performance yesterday but Yogi`s rationale for leaving him out didn`t seem very sound.

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Topic Originator: nick_dafc1  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 16:26

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bannerpar, Sun 12 Dec 16:15

In Yogi`s post match comments he started by saying we had been more solid at the back in recent games losing only to a `wonder goal` and a penalty that shouldn`t have been. That suggests that the back four must have done reasonably well in those games. When asked about Gaspuitis absence he said that he felt that it would be better to go with a naturally left footed player alongside Connelly. Nothing wrong with that, perfectly understandable for a Manager to try to improve his team. But when he was asked why Gaspuitis wasn`t on the bench he gave a lot of nonsense about Breen just coming back from injury. I know Graham is also left footed but we`ve all seen him and there`s nothing to support Vytas being relegated from playing in a back four that was doing OK to being left out altogether. I`m not saying that it effected the performance yesterday but Yogi`s rationale for leaving him out didn`t seem very sound.


Maybe there is another reason for him being omitted and they want to keep it in house.
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Topic Originator: Indiapar  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 19:34

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nick_dafc1, Sun 12 Dec 16:26

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bannerpar, Sun 12 Dec 16:15

In Yogi`s post match comments he started by saying we had been more solid at the back in recent games losing only to a `wonder goal` and a penalty that shouldn`t have been. That suggests that the back four must have done reasonably well in those games. When asked about Gaspuitis absence he said that he felt that it would be better to go with a naturally left footed player alongside Connelly. Nothing wrong with that, perfectly understandable for a Manager to try to improve his team. But when he was asked why Gaspuitis wasn`t on the bench he gave a lot of nonsense about Breen just coming back from injury. I know Graham is also left footed but we`ve all seen him and there`s nothing to support Vytas being relegated from playing in a back four that was doing OK to being left out altogether. I`m not saying that it effected the performance yesterday but Yogi`s rationale for leaving him out didn`t seem very sound.


Maybe there is another reason for him being omitted and they want to keep it in house.


I suspect that is probably the case.
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Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Sun 12 Dec 19:43

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nick_dafc1, Sun 12 Dec 16:26

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bannerpar, Sun 12 Dec 16:15

In Yogi`s post match comments he started by saying we had been more solid at the back in recent games losing only to a `wonder goal` and a penalty that shouldn`t have been. That suggests that the back four must have done reasonably well in those games. When asked about Gaspuitis absence he said that he felt that it would be better to go with a naturally left footed player alongside Connelly. Nothing wrong with that, perfectly understandable for a Manager to try to improve his team. But when he was asked why Gaspuitis wasn`t on the bench he gave a lot of nonsense about Breen just coming back from injury. I know Graham is also left footed but we`ve all seen him and there`s nothing to support Vytas being relegated from playing in a back four that was doing OK to being left out altogether. I`m not saying that it effected the performance yesterday but Yogi`s rationale for leaving him out didn`t seem very sound.


Maybe there is another reason for him being omitted and they want to keep it in house.


Maybe there isn`t. Maybe it`s for the reasons the manager said

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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Topic Originator: PARrot  
Date:   Tue 14 Dec 09:27

Ffs do you all have to keep including the entire quote. I practically know it off by heart.
10 miles of text to sift through for a two line response. Grrrrr!

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Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Tue 14 Dec 11:09

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 09:27

Ffs do you all have to keep including the entire quote. I practically know it off by heart.
10 miles of text to sift through for a two line response. Grrrrr!


Sorry 😁😁

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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Topic Originator: nick_dafc1  
Date:   Tue 14 Dec 17:52

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da_no_1, Tue 14 Dec 11:09

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 09:27

Ffs do you all have to keep including the entire quote. I practically know it off by heart.
10 miles of text to sift through for a two line response. Grrrrr!


Sorry 😁😁


Which quote?
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Topic Originator: PARrot  
Date:   Tue 14 Dec 18:01

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nick_dafc1, Tue 14 Dec 17:52

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 09:27

Ffs do you all have to keep including the entire quote. I practically know it off by heart.
10 miles of text to sift through for a two line response. Grrrrr!


Sorry 😁😁


Which quote?


Any long one. No need. Just include the first couple of lines, otherwise the thread just gets silly.

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Topic Originator: da_no_1  
Date:   Tue 14 Dec 19:23

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 18:01

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nick_dafc1, Tue 14 Dec 17:52

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da_no_1, Tue 14 Dec 11:09

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 09:27

Ffs do you all have to keep including the entire quote. I practically know it off by heart.
10 miles of text to sift through for a two line response. Grrrrr!


Sorry 😁😁


Which quote?


Any long one. No need. Just include the first couple of lines, otherwise the thread just gets silly.


I know 😁

"Some days will stay a 1000 years, some pass like the flash of a spark"
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Topic Originator: PARrot  
Date:   Wed 15 Dec 09:39

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 18:01

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nick_dafc1, Tue 14 Dec 17:52

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 09:27

Ffs do you all have to keep including the entire quote. I practically know it off by heart.
10 miles of text to sift through for a two line response. Grrrrr!


Sorry 😁😁


Which quote?


Any long one. No need. Just include the first couple of lines, otherwise the thread just gets silly.


I know 😁


Gonny no eh! Jist, gonny no?

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Topic Originator: Par  
Date:   Wed 15 Dec 10:14

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PARrot, Wed 15 Dec 09:39

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 18:01

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 09:27

Ffs do you all have to keep including the entire quote. I practically know it off by heart.
10 miles of text to sift through for a two line response. Grrrrr!


Sorry 😁😁


Which quote?


Any long one. No need. Just include the first couple of lines, otherwise the thread just gets silly.


I know 😁


Gonny no eh! Jist, gonny no?


I agree no need!
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: LochgellyAlbert  
Date:   Wed 15 Dec 10:56

Any idea how well the foodbank collection went?
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 Re: Match Thread: Pars v QOTS
Topic Originator: GG Riva  
Date:   Wed 15 Dec 18:20

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Par, Wed 15 Dec 10:14

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 18:01

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da_no_1, Tue 14 Dec 11:09

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PARrot, Tue 14 Dec 09:27

Ffs do you all have to keep including the entire quote. I practically know it off by heart.
10 miles of text to sift through for a two line response. Grrrrr!


Sorry 😁😁


Which quote?


Any long one. No need. Just include the first couple of lines, otherwise the thread just gets silly.


I know 😁


Gonny no eh! Jist, gonny no?


I agree no need!


Is it my imagination, or is this quote getting longer? Nae wonder PARrot is tearing his feathers oot. 🙁



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