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Man of the Match: Kilmarnock (Home, 6th Feb 2019)

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Man of the Match: Kilmarnock (Home, 6th Feb 2019)  

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  1. 1. Who was your man of the match?

    • Dieng
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    • Horsfield
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    • R McGowan
    • Kusunga
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    • Ralph
    • Dales
    • Hadenius
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    • Woods
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    • Wright
    • Nelson
    • Curran
    • P McGowan
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    • O'Dea
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    • Miller
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Who was your man of the match against Kilmarnock?

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Hard to go against the Admiral but went for Ralph. Thought he was dominant again today.

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Have gone for Nelson, but special mentions to Ralph, Ryan McGowan, Woods and Curran.

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Has to be Nelson. Get him an 6 year extension after a couple games.....

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Has to be a question about some of JM 's decisions. Nelson brilliant last night yet didn't get a kick against Hamilton! 

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What a difference a week makes, last week we were looking for a "hanging" post the QoS game, this week we are having difficulty picking a man of the match for all the right reasons.

Onwards and upwards.  

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I went for dales as he was everywhere although Nelson, McGowan and Ralph were excellent too.

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A number of very good performances to choose from....attacking & getting the ball forward quickly in the first half, and forced to defend more in the second. Great to have several contenders again, and to see that players are getting recognition for their contribution, in addition to a stand-out striking performance. 

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In the first half Killie were putting early pressure on us and it seemed to me to encourage an early ball forward from us, rather than the usual pass across the back etc which slows things up. Second half Killie stopped their early pressure, because it obviously wasn't working and surprise surprise we fall back on our old bad habits with much slower movement forward and no obvious forward passes. We take off our attack minded players and give Killie even less to worry about in attack and end up defending too deep, no proper out ball either. 

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