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Dundee .V. Accies - MATCH THREAD

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Re: Dundee .V. Accies - MATCH THREAD

Postby Stodmeister » Mon Apr 30, 2018 10:36 am

Sarris , Ferguson and Jenkins all injured on Saturday . Looking at the extents of the injuries I would reckon only Jenkins has a chance for playing against Dundee.

Tomas for Sarris , Redmond for Ferguson and hopefully Jenkins fit.

I would keep changes to a minimum and give the guys who played such a good second half on Saturday the nod and ask them for the same again please.
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Postby TerracingTomas » Fri May 04, 2018 8:19 am

I will travel tomorrow neither as a pessimist or a happy clapper but as a realist :) This is Accies of course so while our record against Dundee is good it will depend on what Accies team turns up. Tomas is back which is good and sarris out. While he did have a good game last week lets be honest over the season sarris has been a bomb scare so Im not too worried about him being out. Losing ferguson would be a blow. Dundee have thier injury problems as well. I’ll go for a draw.
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Re: Dundee .V. Accies - MATCH THREAD

Postby Willie Wastle » Fri May 04, 2018 9:15 am

Stodmeister wrote:Sarris , Ferguson and Jenkins all injured on Saturday . Looking at the extents of the injuries I would reckon only Jenkins has a chance for playing against Dundee.

Tomas for Sarris , Redmond for Ferguson and hopefully Jenkins fit.

I would keep changes to a minimum and give the guys who played such a good second half on Saturday the nod and ask them for the same again please.

Agree with this. Assuming Fergie's out, we need Jenkins fit. It'll be a plus to get Tomas back.

Big, big game, of course. If Partick win tonight and we lose tomorrow, we're dragged down into a play-off-place dogfight. But if it's a draw tonight, or County win, and then we can win at Dens - then it's mission accomplished.

Dundee won't fancy this. We've had the edge on them for a while. Sure, we lost last time we met, surrendering a lead after Temps got sent off, but we beat them the previous twice (3-1 at Dens earlier in the season), and we gubbed them 4-0 in the corresponding fixture at the end of last season. I think we'll get a result - at least a draw.
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Re: Dundee .V. Accies - MATCH THREAD

Postby smc4761 » Sat May 05, 2018 11:18 am

Bad new no Temps or Ferguson today, think we could struggle with this one. On plus side Jenkins is in and Tomas is in for Sarris
He is playing Ogboe and Bingham up front so maybe he is going for it
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Re: Dundee .V. Accies - MATCH THREAD

Postby Scotty Tunbridge » Sat May 05, 2018 1:42 pm

We could be playing till tomorrow and not have scored. Hopefully that’s the last of the back 3/5 considering how abject we were first half. We are so poor to watch without Temps.
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Postby Willie Wastle » Sat May 05, 2018 1:59 pm

I can't believe we lost to that shower - again.

A draw would have been a fairer result. And we were a post width, or one decent penalty strike, from getting it.

Scotty's right - without Temps we lack a cutting edge. And when you don't get the breaks... :roll: I'd still like to see Rojano start more games, as I feel he offers more of a threat than Bingham. But without an attacking midfielder of the calibre of Crawford (as was) or Ferguson (perhaps not much longer), we struggle. Redmond's a bit of a luxury player: great when we're cruising, not so much when we're chasing games.

I didn't think the defence did that badly today. Other than failing to close down Holt for their goal, what went wrong?

We'll just need to draw a line under this by beating St Johnstone on Tuesday night, although depending on results elsewhere, a draw may be enough.
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Re: Dundee .V. Accies - MATCH THREAD

Postby smc4761 » Sat May 05, 2018 3:23 pm

Shame Doogie missed the penalty. If he had scored would have meant Thistle would have to win both games to overtake us.

St Johnstone going well today, hopefully they will have switched off by Tuesday night
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Re: Dundee .V. Accies - MATCH THREAD

Postby TerracingTomas » Sat May 05, 2018 4:21 pm

First half there was really only one team in it, second half we did a bit more. Binghams' shot drew a good save from their keeper, Rojana’s header just wide of the post and well there was the penalty but without Templeton we really didnt have much going for us and Redmond sadly didnt fill in. Dundee to lose to Ross County next just to put us further in the mire :o
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Postby Big Wurzil » Sat May 05, 2018 5:32 pm

Bingham’s effort was terrible, plenty time to strike it low across the keeper and never. Basics for a striker. The keeper made a save that I’ll see an 11 year old make tomorrow with ease.

Poor poor penalty by imrie and he won’t have enjoyed that bus trip back home.

But we go again on Tuesday and with Partick at home to Motherwell looks like we’ll have to beat st Johnstone unless Motherwell get a rollicking for that performance today.

Match partick’s result on Tuesday and we stay up :o
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Re: Dundee .V. Accies - MATCH THREAD

Postby judgeflash » Sat May 05, 2018 10:33 pm

Well that was a waste of £24 each and the fuel to Dundee and back.
I've defended Bingham multiple times in the past but I just cannot do it anymore, in the current way we play he should not be chosen, he is forever making the wrong decisions and failing to be effective. His effort that was easily saved, should've been drilled across the area and would've probably hit a defender on the way in, instead he tries a weak lofted shot at perfect height for the keepers arms.
Dougie, his legs have gone and he's aged horribly this season, the only thing he has been able to solidly deliver is penalties scored and today when it really was make or break he delivered a super weak effort.
I'm on board with the hatred for 5-3-2 formation but the defenders did work rather hard today, if Dundee had delivered some better crosses they may well have put a few past us though. Same as the Thistle game, players *including the captain dougie* having zero idea which position they are in when subs come on, the lack of communication is fucking embarrassing.
Rojano absolutely has to start, he puts himself about which is something Bingham is sadly never going to be able to do, he came closest with a diving header.

The biggest problem outwith the lack of real team management, tactics and formation, is the players just don't know how to read each others movements well enough, the amount of mismanaged and misread runs and passes is just so so poor for a premiership side. Without the game changer Templeton, we ran out of options and opted to play floated balls over the top which didn't cause too many problems for them. Bringing on McMann to LWB actually became quite effective, he managed to find lots of space on the wing and at least deliver some semi decent balls in, something Dougie struggles with weekly.

I dunno what to think now, the prospect of having to go to Fir Park and try and stay up if we don't win on Tuesday...they'd fucking love to put us into a playoff.
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