Livi v Annan (The Group Decider)

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Liviforever

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Re: Livi v Annan (The Group Decider)

Post by Liviforever on Sun Jul 22, 2018 3:17 pm

Bertie Bassett wrote:Where did you hear or read the managers’ comments?

Aye, Kenny should have buried that chance...but then he usually only gets 1 goal in 3 or 4. chances.

I think we might end up rueing the decision to part company with Hartson

Read it in a few articles, prob all came from the same source and have been copied by different places. http://sport.bt.com/football/kenny-miller-looking-for-livingston-to-be-ruthless-S11364284891980
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Re: Livi v Annan (The Group Decider)

Post by Afro on Sun Jul 22, 2018 6:06 pm

Same as last Saturday, should've won that comfortably with a bit to spare. Hamilton looked impressive but would've been good to have seen him get 90 minutes with Kenny Miller going off.

Great ball by Sibbald for the goal and good finish by Miller. Frustrating that he isn't in that position more often and is dropping deeper to try and influence the play.

Mistimed challenge by Lamie and disappointing to see him go off as up until that point I'd have said he was the most impressive of the back three.

The pre-season feel to these games isn't to my liking tbh, last season we were thundering through these opening matches but I suppose we had the luxury of 4/5 friendlies before the cup began. Still think we need a few extra bodies in as going a full season with this XI will be a real slog.
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Re: Livi v Annan (The Group Decider)

Post by cptn_hooch on Sun Jul 22, 2018 7:04 pm

Watching the highlights and frame by framing Hamilton's goal it looks like he was just offside. Took it well though and looks a great player. Been impressed with Sibbald in these games...has a great eye for a pass (outstanding ball for Kenny's goal), a touch of class and very comfortable on the ball.
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Re: Livi v Annan (The Group Decider)

Post by Liviforever on Sun Jul 22, 2018 7:31 pm

Afro wrote:Same as last Saturday, should've won that comfortably with a bit to spare. Hamilton looked impressive but would've been good to have seen him get 90 minutes with Kenny Miller going off.

Great ball by Sibbald for the goal and good finish by Miller. Frustrating that he isn't in that position more often and is dropping deeper to try and influence the play.

Mistimed challenge by Lamie and disappointing to see him go off as up until that point I'd have said he was the most impressive of the back three.

The pre-season feel to these games isn't to my liking tbh, last season we were thundering through these opening matches but I suppose we had the luxury of 4/5 friendlies before the cup began. Still think we need a few extra bodies in as going a full season with this XI will be a real slog.

Yeah meant to be another 2 or 3 coming in. The new signing Kaja sounds promising, speedy winger and a strong looking boy too, that's something we were lacking.


Lee Miller, Cadden, Lithgow, Keaghan, McMillan, Saunders, Kaja, along with Hardie on his way back soon, and hopefully Rafa at some point too (walked past us yesterday) that's a decent set of players that weren't playing in the starting XI yesterday, so I think we're looking not too bad squad wise. Thought maybe Knox would get a run out too, Hamilton has overtaken him as the next young player looking like having a bright future.
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Re: Livi v Annan (The Group Decider)

Post by Liviforever on Tue Jul 24, 2018 5:25 pm

Sibbs getting into the SPFL team of the week, what a fantastic signing for us.




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