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Game V Motherwell On Alba At 6pm Tonight


islaydarkblue

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Today’s game against Motherwell is on Alba at 6pm.

Hopefully the broadcast will show the shocking performance by today’s match referee Alan Muir who was “conned” by the Motherwell players.

We got nothing from him and we should have had a penalty near the end of the second half.

In my opinion Motherwell are a dirty team and they are killing Scottish football as a spectator sport.

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1 minute ago, islaydarkblue said:

Today’s game against Motherwell is on Alba at 6pm.

Hopefully the broadcast will show the shocking performance by today’s match referee Alan Muir who was “conned” by the Motherwell players.

We got nothing from him and we should have had a penalty near the end of the second half.

In my opinion Motherwell are a dirty team and they are killing Scottish football as a spectator sport.

How can you watch a station which broadcasts a dead language? A tad hypocritical is it not? :P

Maybe you should tune into BBC Sumerian later for the Scotland v England rugby game? :lol2:

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4 minutes ago, TheDarkBlues said:

How can you watch a station which broadcasts a dead language? A tad hypocritical is it not? :P

Maybe you should tune into BBC Sumerian later for the Scotland v England rugby game? :lol2:

Hi John,

I have no intention of watching BBC Alba even with the sound turned off as I was at Dens today. However any Dundee fans who did manage to attend today’s game should watch it and see how we got next to nothing from Alan Muir the referee.

Personally speaking I would not waste money on BBC Alba but this is another case of the “tail wagging the dog”!

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24 minutes ago, Valentke said:

Caulker could have put it in row Z, Parish too slow to react......as at match looked offside but camera angle pants

Parish is either saving us points, or losing them for us.

Thought he was at faulty for the goal again today. Some seriously bad footwork from the lad again today. 

Then again, we'd have been buried without him last week. Who'd be a keeper eh?

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31 minutes ago, barkblue said:

Parish is either saving us points, or losing them for us.

Thought he was at faulty for the goal again today. Some seriously bad footwork from the lad again today. 

Then again, we'd have been buried without him last week. Who'd be a keeper eh?

His feet often look planted - some of the goals we’ve lost he hasn’t even moved. 

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18 minutes ago, Valentke said:

His feet often look planted - some of the goals we’ve lost he hasn’t even moved. 

There are a lot of keepers who seem to land at their own feet when they dive and unfortunately Parish is one of them.

He's excellent at other sides of the game, but that's a real weak point.

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1 hour ago, barkblue said:

Parish is either saving us points, or losing them for us.

Thought he was at faulty for the goal again today. Some seriously bad footwork from the lad again today. 

Then again, we'd have been buried without him last week. Who'd be a keeper eh?

That was Caulker's ball to clear, just send it up to the back of the BC, then he left it, but he didn't get a shout from Parish to leave it (we sit close enough behind the goal), I guess that's why Parish looked unprepared (though he should be prepared, just in case!). Deacon just stopped running back, rest of the defence 'missing', but definitely not 'in action'.

I wasn't convinced their player on the wing was offside, it looked like Kamara stepped out too late, but camera both angles were no use....the wee tory flag-waver was right in line.

Kusunga, Meekings, Deacon & Caulker all failing to hit the target from decent positions looked every bit as bad on alba as from middle of the BC.

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6 minutes ago, WoodStein said:

That was Caulker's ball to clear, just send it up to the back of the BC, then he left it, but he didn't get a shout from Parish to leave it (we sit close enough behind the goal), I guess that's why Parish looked unprepared (though he should be prepared, just in case!). Deacon just stopped running back, rest of the defence 'missing', but definitely not 'in action'.

I wasn't convinced their player on the wing was offside, it looked like Kamara stepped out too late, but camera both angles were no use....the wee tory flag-waver was right in line.

Kusunga, Meekings, Deacon & Caulker all failing to hit the target from decent positions looked every bit as bad on alba as from middle of the BC.

I agree mate. Fault all through the team. I'm not blaming Parish - although he too was at fault. Just highlighting what looks like an ongoing issue for him. He's young yet so time to improve though.

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Watched the game on Alba (without knowing the score) with a bit of anticipation, but also high expectations .

Reading the after match comments here, they are generally negative. Although there are a few others slightly more positive. Suggesting (rightly imo) the formation & tactics were all wrong ( NM whit are ye daein?) but also indicating, Dundee created a good few chances, had the greater pressure & possesion & all round played some good football...(I'm not so sure I agree with that last bit) based on what I saw tonight, watching the game, Alba.

Motherwell niggled, pulled. & at times were blatantly dirty. But even allowing for that, I still believe Dundee should have picked up 3 points today, Not because I think DFC were good & deserved it. But basically because I thought Motherwell were bloody awful !!  

And if NM cannot get his players to take on, & beat a team, that played as badly as 'well, I am concerned for what is to come.

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