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    What kind of team will we play next week?

    Personally I wouldn't be risking kamberi Boyle ect but would be a bit ***** for the fans who have paid to go over


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    I probably would risk them just to keep the rust off before the season starts/next round.


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    I think 2 or 3 changes but nothing drastic.

    Might see the likes of Bartley get a game.

    Still trying to get them up to speed so going a couple weeks without a game wouldnít do anybody any favours ahead of the next round.

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    Seeing as we barely arranged any pre season friendlies, and chose to 'rest' key players in one of them, we'll need to play a strong side. They need the minutes to be ready for the Greek side.

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    I'd mix things up a bit, without completley changing the first 11. Maybe 4 or 5 changes, would start Gray, Swanson and Bartley, maybe Porteous as well if fit enough. Our squad right now is small enough that there's only so many changes you can make in any case.

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    Iíd still plays the bulk of the team. Still think weíre a bit away from full match sharpness

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    Think we need to play the same 11 that will be expected to play the Greek team. 2 weeks without a game won't help anybodies match sharpness for what will be a much tougher tie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginger Gehagan View Post
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    Think we need to play the same 11 that will be expected to play the Greek team. 2 weeks without a game won't help anybodies match sharpness for what will be a much tougher tie.
    Agree, roughly the same team as much as possible.


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    Id leave Boyle out . He's lucky that maniac never broke his leg last night . That would have ended his season,possibly his career

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    I think i'd make a couple of changes, mainly those on bookings (is it still 2 bookings before a suspension?)

    Bogdan

    Gray
    Efe/Porteous
    Hanlon
    Stevenson

    Bartley
    Mallan
    Slivka
    Swanson

    Murray
    Shaw

    Wouldn't mind seeing the likes of Scott Martin get 45 minutes as well.

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    Tie not over .... strongest team possible

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    1st name on the sheet ....... McGinn.

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    Still in pre-season and players need games in the legs. I'd be tempted to start David Gray in place of Whittaker, and give Sean Mackie the full game in order to give Lewis a wee break after the summer and his extended season he had away with Scotland. Bartley would come in and get 90 minutes (for me) assuming his ankle is fine, and perhaps Swanson in for Boyle so he isn't risked for the next tie. Would also rest Kamberi seeing as he is on a booking with Murray or Lewis Allan coming in.

    So 5 changes from yesterday would probably be wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4uzee View Post
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    Tie not over .... strongest team possible
    The tie was over at half time last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4uzee View Post
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    Tie not over .... strongest team possible
    Hibs will not lose by 5 goals

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    Flo and Daz picked up bookings so they drop to the bench or rested to save them from possible suspension in next round. Ryan Porteous in alongside Paul Hanlon and Efe with Gray getting game time.

    Wouldnt change the midfield and play Oli Shaw up front. Murray may well be away by next week so I would bring Martin in to support him,

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    Couple og changes. I'd leave Boyle, McGregor & Stevenson out.

    Give Porteous a chance, Kamberi & Shaw more time together and another opportunity to see the midfielders.

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    Bogdan

    Efe
    Porteous
    Hanlon

    Boyle
    Scott Allan
    Mallan
    Bartley
    Stevenson

    MacLaren
    Shaw

    [keep Kamberi on bench as he's on a yellow]

    Admittedly, this line up assumes some transfer activity...

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    Bogdan

    Efe
    Porteous
    Hanlon

    Boyle
    Scott Allan
    Mallan
    Bartley
    Stevenson

    MacLaren
    Shaw

    [keep Kamberi on bench as he's on a yellow]

    Admittedly, this line up assumes some transfer activity...
    Mclaren/Allan couldnt play until next round as registration date for this one was a week ago
    Nice try😉

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    Letís not forget Napoli when considering taking a second round match for granted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CentreLine View Post
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    Letís not forget Napoli when considering taking a second round match for granted.
    Behave.

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    Tie not over .... strongest team possible
    did you see the Faroese last night? they didnt even have 5 shots let alone look like scoring 5 goals without reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by CentreLine View Post
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    Letís not forget Napoli when considering taking a second round match for granted.
    have Napoli ever drawn with Fulham?

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    The tie is over.

    Don't know the odds for Runavik turning the tie round but I am certain you'll get a good price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by we are hibs View Post
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    Personally I wouldn't be risking kamberi Boyle ect but would be a bit ***** for the fans who have paid to go over
    I think we go close to full strength as we have no friendlies now....dont risk anyone carrying any niggles though on a plastic pitch

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    I donít think Kamberi or McGregor will start having been booked. Iíd expect another 3 or 4 changes on top of that.
    "Washing one's hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral.' - Paulo Freire

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