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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Bertie Bassett on Sat Mar 14, 2015 8:47 pm

Unexpected but very welcome point...now the same effort & application against Dumbarton & Alloa please!
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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Liviforever on Sat Mar 14, 2015 9:20 pm








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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by LiviLion on Sat Mar 14, 2015 9:33 pm

Liviforever wrote:

Ibra to get a ban for kicking a fan in the face.
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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Liviforever on Sat Mar 14, 2015 9:51 pm

Aye send it to the compliance officer. Laughing
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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Lexi Collector on Sat Mar 14, 2015 11:37 pm

hahahahahhahahahnhjcbsohmfcnvowpjmCNNMDM. Awww, I'm done with football. The look on the faces of some of those Huns is q. funny + the pic of McCall is class.

Seriously though, I think it's more false hope I'm afraid. A result against the top 3 has been coming, we up our game 100% against them, and lets not piss about: Rangers are fucking terrible. We'll go back to being a bunch of useless lazy bastards next week. Good result today, but not amazing or anything.
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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Lexi Collector on Sat Mar 14, 2015 11:41 pm

1st pic: woman with the pink/purple hat and the boy staring Cole in the face aaaahhahahahah!!!!
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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Liviforever on Sun Mar 15, 2015 1:04 am

Well the next 2 games are the ones that count anyway, though a point yesterday brought Cowden back into it with 2 wins taking us above them too now. Trying to be positive, Cole and Pittman are making a difference and they weren't playing earlier when we kept bottling these games, might be different with them being in the team for our next 2 games. Hope so anyway.

Ibra has shown he'll get onto balls around the 6 yard box, we've been needing that too, scrappy toe pokers and bite in midfield with Cole may just get us out of bottom spot.
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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by mozam76 on Sun Mar 15, 2015 8:28 am

Delighted with a point. The fact that it's merited will hopefully live long in the players minds, at least over the next month. A scraped point maybe wouldn't have the same impact, but it sounds like we worth a point at least.

Rangers dropping more and more points - they really are the gift that keeps giving. By gift, I mean blight on society followed by utter cretins.

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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Livi2IDie on Sun Mar 15, 2015 10:25 am

I've said it all season the midfield is the most important position on the park and we've been shite in midfield all season, Coles impact yesterday and on Wednesday was huge. I also was impressed with Pitman some clown on here said he looked small that was his first impression who fecking cares.

We deserved to win however a point at Ibrox on our losing run is more than acceptable, keep up the fight boys!!

Falkirk winning yesterday was also positive.

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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by LiviCub on Sun Mar 15, 2015 8:28 pm

Great result and a point which I wasn't expecting us to pick up until 3:44 yesterday afternoon. Pretty much agree with everyone else in that the midfield put in a great shift and we were unlucky not to come away with an extra 2 points. Only point that I would call out is Danny Mullen not having a great game again. I know he wins us free kicks but it's getting to a point now where he'll fall over from anything and throws his arms in the air if the ref doesn't award us the free kick. I understand that he's only 20 and is still developing physically but surely he could hit the gym for a couple of extra sessions a week?

First time to watch a game at Ibrox and I noticed that a lot of them just watch us rather than the game itself but I guess I would do that too if I was supporting a filthy team like Rangers.

Lexi Collector wrote:hahahahahhahahahnhjcbsohmfcnvowpjmCNNMDM. Awww, I'm done with football. The look on the faces of some of those Huns is q. funny + the pic of McCall is class.

Seriously though, I think it's more false hope I'm afraid. A result against the top 3 has been coming, we up our game 100% against them, and lets not piss about: Rangers are fucking terrible. We'll go back to being a bunch of useless lazy bastards next week. Good result today, but not amazing or anything.

Agree that we seem to be more up for it against the 'Big 3'. After the Hearts games, we played Raith and Falkirk who were more physical and direct teams which meant we had less time on the ball and we got exposed because of these. Surely to god, this result will be a confidence boost for the next three games and Burchill needs to get the tactics right from the start rather than changing it as soon as the first goal goes in or at HT.

Like I've said about Mullen, I think he needs to be dropped until we see a change in attitude. He tore Dumbarton's defence a new one in the 5-1 game but I'm unsure who I would bring in between McKenna, Hippolyte or Glen.
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Post by Liviforever on Sun Mar 15, 2015 9:09 pm

Tricky one, Glen was doing well up till his injury, but didn't look at the races when he came back.

McKenna plays well coming on as a sub then doesn't do much when he starts in the next game, as does all our subs really.

Hippo has been the same all season, gets a start and fails to last a whole game as just isn't delivering.

For some reason I still would like to see Hippo and Sekajja start together, even having Hippo on the wing and a front 2 of White and Sekajja. Think their direct play would create havoc against Dumbarton and Alloa, would also leave White free to get in the box and get onto balls same as he did in our 5-1 win against Dumbarton.

Whoever starts out of them the other 2 will make an impact coming on. McKenna, Mullen and Hippo are all useful subs for our next two games, any of those 3 would cause problems coming on with 20 odd mins to go.
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Post by LiviCub on Sun Mar 15, 2015 9:41 pm

Liviforever wrote:Tricky one, Glen was doing well up till his injury, but didn't look at the races when he came back.

McKenna plays well coming on as a sub then doesn't do much when he starts in the next game, as does all our subs really.

Hippo has been the same all season, gets a start and fails to last a whole game as just isn't delivering.

For some reason I still would like to see Hippo and Sekajja start together, even having Hippo on the wing and a front 2 of White and Sekajja. Think their direct play would create havoc against Dumbarton and Alloa, would also leave White free to get in the box and get onto balls same as he did in our 5-1 win against Dumbarton.

Whoever starts out of them the other 2 will make an impact coming on. McKenna, Mullen and Hippo are all useful subs for our next two games, any of those 3 would cause problems coming on with 20 odd mins to go.

I have a feeling Glen was rushed back from injury so that's delayed him getting back to the form before the injury and I agree McKenna is an impact player from the bench, particularly against Dumbarton and Raith.

Really can't figure out as to why Hippo rarely starts and when he does, he gets hooked off. He's a committed player if you make the most out of him as he done a fair bit of tracking to support Talbot in recent games but my main concern is the number of fouls he gives away.
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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Liviforever on Sun Mar 15, 2015 10:07 pm

Yeah Hippo is a bit clumsy with tripping players just outside our box, needs to be a bit more careful.




Ibra's matbe needing to calm his goal celebration. Shocked Laughing
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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Bertie Bassett on Sun Mar 15, 2015 10:51 pm

Lexi Collector wrote:1st pic: woman with the pink/purple hat and the boy staring Cole in the face aaaahhahahahah!!!!

The younger lassie behind the wummin in the hat looks like she's a closet Livi fan, looks like she is hiding a big grin behind her hands! Laughing
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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by cptn_hooch on Sun Mar 15, 2015 11:29 pm

I we make a big deal out of McGregor "headbutting" Sives like Hearts did about JT's 50/50 challenge will he get banned? Doubtful

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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Steam Pudding on Mon Mar 16, 2015 1:44 pm

Lexi Collector wrote:hahahahahhahahahnhjcbsohmfcnvowpjmCNNMDM. Awww, I'm done with football. The look on the faces of some of those Huns is q. funny + the pic of McCall is class.

Seriously though, I think it's more false hope I'm afraid. A result against the top 3 has been coming, we up our game 100% against them, and lets not piss about: Rangers are fucking terrible. We'll go back to being a bunch of useless lazy bastards next week. Good result today, but not amazing or anything.

How's that Motivational Speaker business going? You must be taking it in.
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Re: Rangers v Livi

Post by Lexi Collector on Mon Mar 16, 2015 5:40 pm

Steam Pudding is the kind of fella who went to Falkirk away and applauded the team off at FT. He also thinks this season isn't going too badly, and if we win the Challenge Cup, the current squad will go down as club legends. Our efforts against the big clubs this season have been truly heroic.

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