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Celtic v Saints, Scottish Cup February 10th

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We are sore and looking for scapegoats/answers.

Let's put things a bit in to perspective.

We were well gubbed by a team with the financial clout to obtain players we can only dream about , on our budget.

Spare a thought for the fans of the Once mighty Chelsea who conceded six.

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6 minutes ago, HOODLUM65 said:

We are sore and looking for scapegoats/answers.

Let's put things a bit in to perspective.

We were well gubbed by a team with the financial clout to obtain players we can only dream about , on our budget.

Spare a thought for the fans of the Once mighty Chelsea who conceded six.

You in Kinnears 

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53 minutes ago, Rob said:

Buckle up folks we are in for a bumpy ride. Rangers will be a tough game and so will Aberdeen as they've been scoring plenty and have a consistent goal scorer in Cosgrove. Something we haven't had all season. 

No points from these games next.

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1 hour ago, HOODLUM65 said:

We are sore and looking for scapegoats/answers.

Let's put things a bit in to perspective.

We were well gubbed by a team with the financial clout to obtain players we can only dream about , on our budget.

Spare a thought for the fans of the Once mighty Chelsea who conceded six.

Almost everybody in this divison has more cash, some in the championsip too (probably), but we (rightly or wrongly) have come to expect to punch above our weight based on outsmarting, outplaying and outfighting 'better' teams. 

I didn't see any of that today.

Of course it be that other teams have raised their game and we're complacent because we don't have much to fight for, and maybe some players don't expect a contract renewal, but today stung because we were second to every ball. Could argue that Brown's goal coming so soon after the first scuppered our chance to come off the ropes but we weren't at the races from the kick-off. 

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2nd goal was a real blow, I think we all knew from that point, that was game over. Clearance wasnt great but in most games you would probably get away with that but what is it? Two years since Brown last scored. No one on the pitch was expecting that, least of all him. Not saying it was a lucky strike, he hit it terrifically well but it clearly showed that things weren't going to go Saints way. 

Team just needs to regroup and ride out this rough spell.

 

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I agree we were poor today, but let’s not forget Celtic with their massive financial backing were very good. There’s not many teams around who would have got anything from Celtic  today. We have had a brutal run of fixtures since the break and it’s not going to get any better in the next couple of weeks. We are still well clear in sixth and not far off Euro places just need to dust ourselves down and get on with it.

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Who cares. Seriously. It's a joke.

To take the OF games seriously is to think they are in the same league. They are not. One has 100M turnover v Saints 5m, and the other is bankrupt x 2, relying on dirty money in loans to sustain a ridiculous position in the league.

Our team, our manager, our fans, our club are the real ****ing deal...................... MON THE SAINTS

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I'm glad that 3 game stand against Celtic is over; we made a decent fist of things last weekend but playing a team with their resources in quick succession is brutal. If we are playing them again I hope it's the last game of the season when the league is won.

Said earlier, lets regroup and get back to playing good football and playing with a bit more freedom; not ideal that we are at the other den of inequity this weekend. 

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10 hours ago, MySpazz said:

Who cares. Seriously. It's a joke.

To take the OF games seriously is to think they are in the same league. They are not. One has 100M turnover v Saints 5m, and the other is bankrupt x 2, relying on dirty money in loans to sustain a ridiculous position in the league.

Our team, our manager, our fans, our club are the real ****ing deal...................... MON THE SAINTS

I agree

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1 hour ago, sixties saintee said:

Any one else see the Head Steward No 40 having a go at one o the wee laddies from the Barrossa bus then going back and laughing wae the police . No need for it.

 

Every need for it, if it's the same wee laddie we're talking about. He was very lucky not to be thrown out, given some of the bile that was coming out of his mouth. Coked/Buckie'd up, or whatever he was, there's absolutely no place for the stuff he was shouting/singing at any football match, let alone a Saints match. 

 

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23 minutes ago, Nelly78 said:

Every need for it, if it's the same wee laddie we're talking about. He was very lucky not to be thrown out, given some of the bile that was coming out of his mouth. Coked/Buckie'd up, or whatever he was, there's absolutely no place for the stuff he was shouting/singing at any football match, let alone a Saints match. 

 

Surprising as he was very quiet on coach there and back.

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