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Both tremendous tonight -worked tirelessly - Fyvie is a very brave player in that he is willing to go and take the ball off team mates in tight positions and usually uses it well, big Marvin screened the defence superbly

Good combination being forged between these two - giving us a solid foundation in midfield.
 

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Fyvie is,& has always been a good player.

But he's hellish prone to injury.
 

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Marvin just gets better each game, no nonsense graft in the middle, I bet there players know they met marvin tonight
 

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Big marv has been outstanding since he broke into the team as a regular, probably our best player since the turn of year
 

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Big marv has been outstanding since he broke into the team as a regular, probably our best player since the turn of year
would make him captain myself...then again maybe the pressure would get to him and not allow him to play his own game. But Him Gunnarson and Hanlon are showing great progress and hopefully will be flying by the final
 

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Both were up for the battle.
 

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Agree Fyvie, Bartley, and Gunnarson were all excellent tonight. Also thought John McGinn was back to close to his best, ripped the huns a good few times, and helped run the clock down at the end. Worked his socks off.
 

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I agree marvs getting better and better and if we can keep fyvie for it'll be massive for this run in!!
 

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Hopefully stubbs realises that every time we play 3-5-2 we look a much better side
 

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Fyvie was superb, I thought. We look a much better, stronger team with him in the side.


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Fraser is a great wee player , he has guts and I like that. Needs a couple more games before we see his best. Occasionally loses the ball in dangerous areas , a bad habit that , but I love tae watch him play.
Big Marv is a machine strong direct takes nae crap . In forward areas needs more composure for me.
But both excellent team players.
 

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It also get SJM more central rather than isolating him wide
Yep that made such a difference. We've missed his surging runs into the box since he was stranded wide on the wing. Like others I've been tearing my hair out wanting Stubbs to go 3-5-2 for those reasons - ever since we started the Alloa game like that and won 3-0. It took a while for the penny to drop for Stubbs but now it has I hope he keeps this for the run in as it suits the players we've got.
 

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Yep that made such a difference. We've missed his surging runs into the box since he was stranded wide on the wing. Like others I've been tearing my hair out wanting Stubbs to go 3-5-2 for those reasons - ever since we started the Alloa game like that and won 3-0. It took a while for the penny to drop for Stubbs but now it has I hope he keeps this for the run in as it suits the players we've got.
I suspect this formation is exclusive for Der Hun....
 

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I suspect this formation is exclusive for Der Hun....
I hope you're wrong mate. We are much better, more fluid in our play as a 3-5-2 than we are in 4-4-2. Surely Stubbs can see that.
 

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I hope you're wrong mate. We are much better, more fluid in our play as a 3-5-2 than we are in 4-4-2. Surely Stubbs can see that.
Two big problems with it. When teams sit in (as most do), they can play it into the corners behind our wing backs; and if we accept that Bartley is a stick on, it means two of McGinn, Henderson, Fyvie and McGeouch have to drop out. I'm happy with horses for courses
 

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would make him captain myself...then again maybe the pressure would get to him and not allow him to play his own game. But Him Gunnarson and Hanlon are showing great progress and hopefully will be flying by the final
I hope Stubbs & Co are already sounding out the possibility of getting Gunnarson on a permanent deal. IMHO he's a cracking player and one worth trying to keep.
 

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