Cagey

Motherwell v St Johnstone November 30th 3pm.

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2 hours ago, Widge said:

Wotherspoon over Kennedy I’ll give you, but no chance O’Halloran is better than Wright. As for the wide players being the problem, we’re losing so many balls from crosses into the box and not stopping at the source that I’d be inclined to disagree. The wide men have to take some responsibility for that as well as the fullbacks. 

It doesn't matter which 2 of the 4 are played wide, the crosses will continue to come into the box and over the last 2 months we are still conceding on average about 2 goals a game (Ross County, St Mirren, Hamilton 2 each and Hibs 4)

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9 minutes ago, Johnny B said:

It doesn't matter which 2 of the 4 are played wide, the crosses will continue to come into the box and over the last 2 months we are still conceding on average about 2 goals a game (Ross County, St Mirren, Hamilton 2 each and Hibs 4)

I think the goal v Aberdeen on Sunday showed that we have the quality to score goals in the team, but swinging balls in to the box from all angles and areas of the pitch is not playing to those strengths.

We have pace to burn in MOH, Kennedy and Wright, so why not play creative passers like Swanson and Wotherspoon to supply through balls to exploit the their pace. Tanser and Ralston should be up the pitch to occupy defenders to leave space for May, Kennedy and Wright to isolate defenders, they should not be up there as the primary attacking options when we have May, Kennedy and Wright in the same team.

The fans can all see it, can Tommy bring himself to succumb. Hopefully Muzz being absent will force his hand.

COYS

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10 minutes ago, Cagey said:

Swanson & Craig strips hanging in dressing room . Wonder if it means they are playing or just in squad.

Tommy trying to rotate his bench ?.

I’d be happy for both to play. Both can pick a pass and split defences.

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We're exactly the same as all the pish Dundee/United sides we roundly mocked for years.

Pass the ball about well 50 yards from goal, create absolutely **** all, then concede an embarrassing, pathetic goal, and spend the rest of the game chasing your arse and still never threatening to win it.

Losing this easily and "playing well" is the sign of a relegation team. Motherwell havent even got going yet are comfortably winning and should probably be further ahead. Theyve had a player sclaff a free shot from 12 yards under pressure, a free header cleared off the line, and numerous long range shots go a few yards wide.

We had a powder puff back heel from Kane the keeper could've saved by sitting on it.

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4 minutes ago, RandomGuy said:

We're exactly the same as all the pish Dundee/United sides we roundly mocked for years.

Pass the ball about well 50 yards from goal, create absolutely **** all, then concede an embarrassing, pathetic goal, and spend the rest of the game chasing your arse and still never threatening to win it.

Losing this easily and "playing well" is the sign of a relegation team. Motherwell havent even got going yet are comfortably winning and should probably be further ahead. Theyve had a player sclaff a free shot from 12 yards under pressure, a free header cleared off the line, and numerous long range shots go a few yards wide.

We had a powder puff back heel from Kane the keeper could've saved by sitting on it.

so looking good then

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