MorTEN V accies

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MorTEN V accies

Postby TerracingTomas » Thu Apr 14, 2022 11:18 am

Morton are unbeaten in their last 5 but 3 of them are draws. The one thing we can say about Dougie’s team is that it is motivated whereas we look like the end of the season can’t come quick enough. A draw looks like the most likeliest outcome.
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Re: MorTEN V accies

Postby Euan » Fri Apr 15, 2022 4:59 pm

You’re very optimistic :D
I can only forecast a defeat.
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Re: MorTEN V accies

Postby Stevie Clarke » Fri Apr 15, 2022 6:38 pm

Sadly I think the likeliest outcome is a defeat and that will leave us needing to beat Raith next week. Hoping for a Thistle like surprise.
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Re: MorTEN V accies

Postby Gav » Fri Apr 15, 2022 9:01 pm

Only going as this is my last game of the season. Off on holiday next week . Would be happy with a draw but can't see it- Morton to win by 2.
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Postby smc4761 » Sat Apr 16, 2022 5:11 pm

Super Moyo scores only goal early doors and we are safe from relagation. Doubt it will happen, but we need a clear out of the deadwood we are carrying and a bloody striker

Not us but next weeks title decider?? between Killie and Arbroath on Friday should be good. Mon the Litchies, that will send shockwaves through Scottish football if they go up
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Re: MorTEN V accies

Postby TerracingTomas » Sat Apr 16, 2022 5:29 pm

First half could have finished 3 - 3 or even 4 - 3 to either side. Second half was a tamer affair and with 6 minutes of added time I could see them snatching a late equaliser. Not to be and we are I assume mathematically safe if we weren’t already. Thanks to the Morton goalie who should have held the ball but failed to do so and Moyo was on hand to tap it in. Fair do to Moyo he did what a striker should do and pounced to take advantage of the mistake. As smc says if we are serious let’s get rid of the deadwood. Will Taylor be backed. Is the money even there. Legally earned money that is! I had to rely on Morton Tv for this game. Good commentary with Andy Ritchie providing insightful down to earth ananysis.
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Re: MorTEN V accies

Postby glasgow accie » Sat Apr 16, 2022 6:42 pm

Spoke to Andy Ritchie at the game …. Legend …
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Re: MorTEN V accies

Postby Stevie Clarke » Sat Apr 16, 2022 7:49 pm

Phew! Felt it was going to be a re-run of that film again. Although Morton had three great chances in first half, we bossed most of it and Winter should've put us two up and then missed another chance to do that. Why did Taylor take Ryan off? He didn't seem injured. We were in control and didn't appear to need another body in midfield. And of course Scott Martin pulls up lame again. He needs a long rest and hopefully we'll see him fully fit for next season. We toiled in second half although Morton looked toothless. Two fine saves from Fulton in each half. Easton outstanding. Still not enamoured by Taylor and his time wasting philosophy. Part of the process, eh Stuart?
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Postby Gav » Sat Apr 16, 2022 8:55 pm

Stevie Clarke wrote:Phew! Felt it was going to be a re-run of that film again. Although Morton had three great chances in first half, we bossed most of it and Winter should've put us two up and then missed another chance to do that. Why did Taylor take Ryan off? He didn't seem injured. We were in control and didn't appear to need another body in midfield. And of course Scott Martin pulls up lame again. He needs a long rest and hopefully we'll see him fully fit for next season. We toiled in second half although Morton looked toothless. Two fine saves from Fulton in each half. Easton outstanding. Still not enamoured by Taylor and his time wasting philosophy. Part of the process, eh Stuart?


Pretty fair but Taylor did say in his interview that Ryan was injured.
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Postby porcupine » Sat Apr 16, 2022 8:59 pm

Well, like manu of us, i ecpecetd a home win today but Accies, as always, confound what is expected of its supporters. A welcome three points which put us safe in the Championship with two games to play. We should look for a home win next week against Raith. They are also blowing hot and cold this season.
Team needs another proven striker to more than survive in this league, IMO.
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Re: MorTEN V accies

Postby YeOldeHamiltonian » Sun Apr 17, 2022 1:39 am

glasgow accie wrote:Spoke to Andy Ritchie at the game …. Legend …



We also got our picture with him remember...a class act.

As for the game,if Andy Winter had scored one of his two chances,we would have been on easy street but had to grind out the result against a very physical home side.
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