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Should McPake stay on and be given more time to prove himself as the Dee Manager?  

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  1. 1. Should McPake stay on and be given more time to prove himself as the Dee Manager?



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Just now, charliedee said:

aye I heard a rumour...I don't know why we can have said playoff spot at xmas(or similar) and we'll be happy if not we will review the contract...

The site agent where I work is United assistant managers best mate and that's what he told him

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1 minute ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

Yes, I don't think people will expect Arbroath to hammer Dundee but I can see it happening, especially if we lose the first goal.

It wouldn't surprise me after today Rev 😓

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Just now, nemsadzDEE said:

It wouldn't surprise me after today Rev 😓

I aware when I posted that there would be posters on here who'd pick up on the 'surprise' bit, there's no doubting that it would be seen as a surprise in football if we took a hammering at Gayfield next week and that's the point I was making.

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1 minute ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

I aware when I posted that there would be posters on here who'd pick up on the 'surprise' bit, there's no doubting that it would be seen as a surprise in football if we took a hammering at Gayfield next week and that's the point I was making.

Were you at the game today? it could have been a hammering! Maybe those who haven't watched us regularly this season would be surprised but no one else surely. We have 2 good defenders (McGhee and Marshall) and one is injured meaning we are playing Mackie who is awful and Forster who is a total liability. Our only other option is Josh Meekings! 

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5 minutes ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

I aware when I posted that there would be posters on here who'd pick up on the 'surprise' bit, there's no doubting that it would be seen as a surprise in football if we took a hammering at Gayfield next week and that's the point I was making.

Nothing would surprise me regarding Dundee and getting beat from the likes of Arbroath, QOS etc.

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has to go.... don't care who he is or was when he played for us. he is the manager now and the results fall on his head and then on nelms.

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Cheers for the years now off you pop, James. 

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3 minutes ago, nemsadzDEE said:

Were you at the game today? it could have been a hammering! Maybe those who haven't watched us regularly this season would be surprised but no one else surely. We have 2 good defenders (McGhee and Marshall) and one is injured meaning we are playing Mackie who is awful and Forster who is a total liability. Our only other option is Josh Meekings! 

It wasn't a hammering though, it could've just as easily been a draw as a hammering today.

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1 minute ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

It wasn't a hammering though, it could've just as easily been a draw as a hammering today.

It’s hard to explain the 90 seconds you missed. It’s was horrific. 

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2 minutes ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

It wasn't a hammering though, it could've just as easily been a draw as a hammering today.

Sorry mate but that is hilarious! we weren't in that game today after 15 mins. Don't let Johnson's goal (brilliant) fool you. 

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Just now, Reverend Lovejoy said:

It wasn't a hammering though, it could've just as easily been a draw as a hammering today.

A draw today would have been a travesty  and Q.o.S.  would have been robbed .

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Just now, Reverend Lovejoy said:

It wasn't a hammering though, it could've just as easily been a draw as a hammering today.

To me, it looked more like we were going to lose because we couldn't score in a brothel with free condoms and Viagra given out to the players.

We had plenty of possession, but I fear that was more down to QOS's tactics of getting men behind the ball because they know we are pretty toothless up front.

Difference today was Dobbie.

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1 minute ago, TheDarkBlues said:

We had plenty of possession, but I fear that was more down to QOS's tactics of getting men behind the ball because they know we are pretty toothless up front.

This! we are the easiest team to play against as we don't create chances. United done the same thing, they just let us have possession and hit us on the break. 

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5 minutes ago, Valentke said:

It’s hard to explain the 90 seconds you missed. It’s was horrific. 

Watched it from the top of the stairs.

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1 minute ago, nemsadzDEE said:

This! we are the easiest team to play against as we don't create chances. United done the same thing, they just let us have possession and hit us on the break. 

Accurate match analysis .

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1 minute ago, nemsadzDEE said:

This! we are the easiest team to play against as we don't create chances. United done the same thing, they just let us have possession and hit us on the break. 

Been saying this for weeks now. We have no plan B when our normal plan A doesn't work because every other manager has us sussed out. They probably don't have us watched any more because we have done this for the last 4 years.

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5 minutes ago, nemsadzDEE said:

Sorry mate but that is hilarious! we weren't in that game today after 15 mins. Don't let Johnson's goal (brilliant) fool you. 

The fact is it wasn't hammering. Don't see what's funny about telling the truth mate, I get that there's guys like yourself who want things to go t*ts up though.

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1 hour ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

The fact is it wasn't hammering. Don't see what's funny about telling the truth mate, I get that there's guys like yourself who want things to go t*ts up though.

i don't want things to go t*ts up, just want a manager who does the basics and has us playing like a team. that today was an utter shambles and we didn't deserve to win

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59 minutes ago, nemsadzDEE said:

It's just terrible man management, similar to dropping Kerr for Meekings last week. He must have fallen out with Byrne, no idea where Gowser was but wouldn't be surprised if he told him a few home truths! He has to go.

Said on here over a Month ago, he had lost the Dressing Room and especially the Senior Players, these Wage Stealing Players have shown, they don't give a Flying f**k about the Club's Supporters, Management, Owners and especially their OWN so called Professional Pride. JMP when your leaving Dens, please take your Two ex Hibernian mates, Foster and Mackie, with you, these two are worse than Hopeless and being not even Junior level, JMP they are YOUR signings, and that have massively contributed, to your Downfall.

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1 minute ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

The fact is it wasn't hammering. Don't see what's funny about telling the truth mate, I get that there's guys like yourself who want things to go t*ts up though.

It wasn't but the performance was way worse that the result and the result could have been a lot worse. Do you actually think i wanted to sit in the freezing cold and watch that toothless performance today? I would much rather be on here praising JMP and the players after a win. Do you think the players looked up for it today? Did they look like  they understood the system / game plan? 

Do you think everyone who booed at the end today wanted it to go t*ts up?

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