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Post by Durnford on Mon Oct 22, 2018 1:45 pm

With Celtic at home and Accies and the rangers away this is looking like a tough month.

Going to be tough but least-ways we wont start with this team:

Livingston: Kelly, Saunders, Halkett, Gallagher, Brown, Byrne, Pittman, Robinson, Kaja, L.Miller, K.Miller
Subs: Stewart, Lithgow, Jacobs, Cadden, McMillan, Hamilton, Lawless

Obviously hoping for something from Hamilton (or we can moan about their pitch); hope Celtic don't get awarded their dodgy penalty. The rangers game really depends on what referee we get.

Quite a contrast to the eight games we have in December.
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Post by Liviforever on Mon Oct 22, 2018 4:15 pm

Looking forward to the Celtic and Sevco games.

I've been wanting to see how we get on playing Celtic now we've the right manager employing the proper tactics and fielding the right players. It'll still be a really tough game, esp with them apparently hitting some form, but I still think this is the best chance we've ever had of getting a win over them.

Much the same with the Sevco game, we beat them already but they're strolling home games so lets be the first team to beat them at Ibrox this season.


December is really tough with the amount of games crammed in, Aberdeen twice and back to back games against Hearts and Hibs thrown in amongst them too.
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Post by Durnford on Tue Oct 23, 2018 4:02 pm

Simple question though; if we get through November with Gary Holt's unbeaten record still intact will he go down as Livi's most successful manager (well maybe behind David Hay and Hoppy)?
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Post by Liviforever on Tue Oct 23, 2018 4:07 pm

And winning the Scottish cup this season too. Cool
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Post by Durnford on Tue Oct 23, 2018 4:37 pm

Is top three going to be good enough or do we need 2nd place.

Incidentally its pretty clear at the moment there are potentially eight clubs competing for top six; the obvious three plus Killie; the Dons and ourselves. we are already 6 or 7 points ahead of Aberdeen and St Johnstone respectively; if we can win our games against St Johnstone and Aberdeen that would open a significant gap - let alone our vastly superior goal difference. Its just a shame that the Aberdeen game's been put off until December.
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Post by Liviforever on Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:15 pm

Wonder if Holt will rotate some of the players in December's busy schedule, going to be tough going playing those 8 games with the same starting eleven. Gallagher has picked up a few bookings too and will have to watch himself.
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Post by Durnford on Tue Oct 23, 2018 11:41 pm

A number of Gallagher's booking have been quite silly and frankly avoidable.

However his position is possibly the easiest to replace with Jack McMillan waiting patiently in the wings

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