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stevenmcn last won the day on March 25 2019

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  1. Just goals, nothing important then. 🤔 For me this is just a fairytale that seems to have become fact. I've seen Rhodes play with his back to goal and link play, but people still go on about him "only" scoring goals.
  2. It seems fairly obvious Fletcher isn't interested. I know beggars can't be choosers, but if he or anyone else who have "retired" from the international team decides to make a comeback cause we're close to a finals, they should be told to piss off.
  3. 100%.The guy is a natural goalscorer, we just need to hope he can get a run of games and stay fit.
  4. So, a central pairing of McTominay and say, McBurnie then? He's big too.
  5. McTominay and McGregor aren't holding midfielders though, and Forrest has nailed fuck all. He's went back to being a passenger again.
  6. How is Tierney not getting game time?He's played at least 75 mins in 4 of Arsenal's last 6 games
  7. Remind me again which game it was that those two ran show in midfield? Cause for the life of me, I can't remember the last time a Scotland midfield dominated a game against any reasonable opposition, even though it's our strongest department.
  8. Think your being harsh on Christie. I agree that the games usually pass McGregor by a bit more than I'd like, and apart from a couple of games last year Forrest is a waste of a shirt. But I think Christie is a bit of a talent and could go places.
  9. It's debatable whether Palmer or O'Donnell are either. He might not be a right back, but he is a full back, and a very good one too who shouldn't be missing out because of what foot he kicks with.
  10. Spot on. As I said earlier, playing what's classed as our best players doesn't necessarily mean that makes our best team. I think that was shown against Russia.
  11. Agree with this and touched on something similar in another thread the other day. In that post I said that while McTominay, McGregor and McGinn looks great on paper, the reality was way different. Clarke has to find out our system and structure and who can play in it. Maybe these last two games will be an eye opener for Clarke and long term might turn out to be important, even if a bit embarrassing.
  12. This nails it for me. Our midfield is, on paper, our strongest position, and has supposedly been for years, but when was the last time our midfield dominated a match? When was the last time we had a midfielder that could dictate the play? For me that would be Barry Ferguson. We can sit all day and moan about the defence but the problem is that currently the defence basically picks itself due to lack of options and also, if the midfield doesn't do its job, then the defence is in for a long night no matter who we have playing. Steve Clarke is going to have to find out quickly, who his best midfield is, not the best midfielder's, but the ones that work playing together. Last night was arguably our best midfield on paper, but got ran ragged by an average Russian side. Things have to change.
  13. You get offended by being compared to a goldfish?
  14. The only hope we have in Brussels is that after a long hard season for their players they are already on the beach mentally and let their guard down.
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