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How Big Could This Result Be to Our Survival?


TheDarkBlues

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I think like many of you after O'Hara scored that own goal, we were going to lose this game against a team where we should be looking to take points. So far this season, we haven't done well again Hamilton and it would have been quite understandable to let the head's go down.

Where is seems we the support let our heads down, top marks to this Dundee team who never gave up and pushed not just for a draw, but a win in the end even though it was right at the end.

So, well done for them not giving up hope and showing us that they are worth getting behind!

Well to the Manager and the Players....... for proving us wrong! :)

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4 minutes ago, TheDarkBlues said:

I think like many of you after O'Hara scored that own goal, we were going to lose this game against a team where we should be looking to take points. So far this season, we haven't done well again Hamilton and it would have been quite understandable to let the head's go down.

Where is seems we the support let our heads down, top marks to this Dundee team who never gave up and pushed not just for a draw, but a win in the end even though it was right at the end.

So, well done for them not giving up hope and showing us that they are worth getting behind!

Well to the Manager and the Players....... for proving us wrong! :)

I'm hoping that in the same way the comeback at Tannadice did for United, this comeback at NDP, this result will prove season defining for us and Hamilton.

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This could be huge. If we can kick on over the next three four games and take the confidence from this then we could see ourselves comfortably clear of bottom and well clear of second bottom. St J and Hamilton look like they might be on a downward spiral. Today's gives apps a great platform, the job now is to use that platform.

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6 minutes ago, TheDarkBlues said:

I think like many of you after O'Hara scored that own goal, we were going to lose this game against a team where we should be looking to take points. So far this season, we haven't done well again Hamilton and it would have been quite understandable to let the head's go down.

Where is seems we the support let our heads down, top marks to this Dundee team who never gave up and pushed not just for a draw, but a win in the end even though it was right at the end.

So, well done for them not giving up hope and showing us that they are worth getting behind!

Well to the Manager and the Players....... for proving us wrong! :)

Agree with your point about the team doing brilliant to get the win; don't think everyone posting on the thread, (or at the game) was as pessimistic as others.

Comments like, "we will never score 1 let alone 2" or "we're fooked" with about an hour to go looked a bit silly at full-time.

Don't get the negativity, never will.

Or the thinking that booing someone helps their confidence/ performance  :)

All about opinions though! :)

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3 minutes ago, The Foosty Badger said:

Agree with your point about the team doing brilliant to get the win; don't think everyone posting on the thread, (or at the game) was as pessimistic as others.

Comments like, "we will never score 1 let alone 2" or "we're fooked" with about an hour to go looked a bit silly at full-time.

Don't get the negativity, never will.

Or the thinking that booing someone helps their confidence/ performance  :)

All about opinions though! :)

I will totally agree with you, personally myself I couldn't see us scoring two, glad to be proved totally wrong and the Team deserve our plaudits for today's results.

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Couldn't see us winning as we got to about seventy minutes. Was always hopeful of an equaliser but concerned at Gowser going off, not by Allan coming on.  We need  a chance taker to avoid scrapping around like this. Delighted with three points makes the weekend along with that news from Arklay Street. Have seen a picture taken from that game. The crowd, no doubt 7500, must have all been in the bog when the picture was taken

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59 minutes ago, Parcbara said:

Couldn't see us winning as we got to about seventy minutes. Was always hopeful of an equaliser but concerned at Gowser going off, not by Allan coming on.  We need  a chance taker to avoid scrapping around like this. Delighted with three points makes the weekend along with that news from Arklay Street. Have seen a picture taken from that game. The crowd, no doubt 7500, must have all been in the bog when the picture was taken

You got all the right numbers but in the wrong order.

The reported attendance was 5,700.

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