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    Boyle's finish for the second was great. On the stretch, right into the bottom corner with decent pace all considered and the keeper had no chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wookie70 View Post
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    Kamberi played the pass for Boyles second. Every bit as good as Allan's pass for the first imo. First time and perfectly weighted.
    Yip! It was Kamberi co-commentator guy on HIBS TV dunno his name said it was Hallberg

    Ah want my money back

    Great ball from Kamberi unselfish and into acres of space

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLYHIBS View Post
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    Yip! It was Kamberi co-commentator guy on HIBS TV dunno his name said it was Hallberg

    Ah want my money back

    Great ball from Kamberi unselfish and into acres of space
    Was the the commentator not talking about the initial pass from Hallberg out of defence not the final pass from Kamberi? No refunds

    In both of his goals I donít think Boyle is getting enough credit for his runs. In particular the first as it was him setting off on the run to which Allan responded with the pass. Boyle would have known that Allan was likely to both spot the run and be able to slide the ball into his path.

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    Was the the commentator not talking about the initial pass from Hallberg out of defence not the final pass from Kamberi? No refunds

    In both of his goals I donít think Boyle is getting enough credit for his runs. In particular the first as it was him setting off on the run to which Allan responded with the pass. Boyle would have known that Allan was likely to both spot the run and be able to slide the ball into his path.

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    I said that at the game. The ball from Allan was great for the first goal but Boyle gave him no choice but to play it with such a good run. It was an obvious pass but perfectly weighted. I doubt many in the stadium saw Boyle's run as quickly as Kamberi did and his pass was just as good as Allans for the first

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    Scott Allan's pass triggered the pornography filter.


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    It's still not up now, but it's got 67 thumbs-ups... 7 more than the last time I tried, so somebody's getting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolm View Post
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    Was the the commentator not talking about the initial pass from Hallberg out of defence not the final pass from Kamberi? No refunds

    In both of his goals I donít think Boyle is getting enough credit for his runs. In particular the first as it was him setting off on the run to which Allan responded with the pass. Boyle would have known that Allan was likely to both spot the run and be able to slide the ball into his path.

    Happy days
    Yip!

    Great ball from Hallberg out to Kamberi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hackett View Post
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    It's still not up now, but it's got 67 thumbs-ups... 7 more than the last time I tried, so somebody's getting it.
    You can watch it with a VPN

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    I said that at the game. The ball from Allan was great for the first goal but Boyle gave him no choice but to play it with such a good run. It was an obvious pass but perfectly weighted. I doubt many in the stadium saw Boyle's run as quickly as Kamberi did and his pass was just as good as Allans for the first
    No it wasnít .Allanís pass lured the Aberdeen players towards the ball because they thought they could get to it.A mistake.Kamberiís pass which was also excellent was probably easier to make.All the goals were terrific.

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    McKenna found wanting. Badly. For 2 of those goals at least. Not a footballer. Not good enough for Scotland.

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    Haud yer horses aubdie.
    It seems the goals weren't that good after all 'cos per BBC online, McInnes says they gifted us all three goals.
    What planet is he on? Planet R Sole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IrnBru22 View Post
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    You can watch it with a VPN
    I had one up and running last week, but had problems getting on iplayer progs when switching back to UK ip, so I took it off. Not having any luck with the technology at all.

    It's up on YT now though, so a moot point

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    Haud yer horses aubdie.
    It seems the goals weren't that good after all 'cos per BBC online, McInnes says they gifted us all three goals.
    What planet is he on? Planet R Sole.
    What a fud McInnes is, does he actually believe the pish coming out of his mouth, deary me

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    Pitch side highlights always add another dimension, 3 very good goals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCHAEDYSHORTS View Post
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    What a fud McInnes is, does he actually believe the pish coming out of his mouth, deary me
    Just jealous his team could only dream of scoring any of they sort of goals. Hoof up to big Sam and see how it goes will never get that. The lack of football they had in the middle of the pitch was frightening. The guy Wiener (sp) looked like the typical Dominic Ball hatchet man centre mid role Derek likes to have. An excuse for a football team imo, he is just lucky he appears to be popular with refs and get away with their overly physical approach. The best thing McKenna could do would be move to a team that actually tries to play some football.

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