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1 minute ago, DBBTB said:

I think we really lack a bit of quality in midfield. Ejaria was brought in to be that player, but he’s still too rough around the edges. I don’t want to say it, but I’m warming to the idea of Davis coming back as a short term solution.

I think even Ejaria is surprised at the type of player he is. 

I honestly think he's our best CM at winning the ball and holding onto it. His quick feet are such an attribute, but I don't think he has the vision to be more than that. 

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Anyone calling for his head or even thinking about it is a complete spastic.

The Treble's off....get Stevie G tae fuck! Reckon if i left it at that i'd get a fair few likes.... It is astonishing that some on here are talking about sacking the manager. New manage

I'll say what I said early on In the season though. We need to give SG at least 3 windows. We can't just chop and change managers. It was imo always going to take three transfer windows to fix th

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13 minutes ago, Yonner said:

We've got less time left to see the good stuff...that's what makes it more painful! Truthfully, i can't imagine any of us feel any differnt today after what happened at Hampden....but i also believe the vast majority of us have been wondering are we REALLY the real deal yet? I said as much in another post earlier in the week and copped a slating for it. The bastard players and bastard manager have done such a magnificent job of building up our collective expectations, we all got swept along in the wave of enthusiasm despite our better judgement tellng us that Motherwell and Livinston weren't flukes. For me, overall the project is still ahead of schedule.

I did not expect the run in Europe but the away form in the league as you refer to has been disappointing. I think we are all starved for a trophy but most of all the league, when any of that might happen is very difficult to know just now.

I hope that Stevie can start to recognise when changes need to take place, maybe needs to listen to Garry and his other backroom staff more. This continuing with Tav taking all corners and free kicks really surprises me, he must see what we are seeing and it seems as if he does not want to try someone different.

The project might be ahead of schedule for yourself, I would say in Europe yes, but to be honest apart from hopefully getting in money to buy better players it might be too much for our squad at the moment. Having said that it is great to be back at Ibrox on Europa game night. 

I will see what happens when I go on Wed night, although that might not he a great game to judge on, given out home form is good in the league, but next Sat away to St Mirren is a game we should be winning and we will see how that one goes.    

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Why do folk still think Change is easy - SG is doing better than I though but anyone who doesn’t realise that with all the changes we need some stability and 2-3 more transfer windows to really be back.

this thread like other threads is just the same over reactive nonsense we don’t need but keep repeating. 

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29 minutes ago, Yonner said:

We've got less time left to see the good stuff...that's what makes it more painful! Truthfully, i can't imagine any of us feel any differnt today after what happened at Hampden....but i also believe the vast majority of us have been wondering are we REALLY the real deal yet? I said as much in another post earlier in the week and copped a slating for it. The bastard players and bastard manager have done such a magnificent job of building up our collective expectations, we all got swept along in the wave of enthusiasm despite our better judgement tellng us that Motherwell and Livinston weren't flukes. For me, overall the project is still ahead of schedule.

As a bear in the same age group let me confirm it gets harder to witness performances like today and what might have been.  

However this is still an ongoing work in progress and I’m afraid we will most defo see days like this again. We are not the real deal and far from it. 

But let’s stand by the Manager and support what is an extremely difficult job. At the end of the day what other fuckin choice do we have. He has to strengthen and add some quality in the jan window

Some guys who are going ballistic have to get real and understand where we actually are as a team. 

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14 minutes ago, Bluepeter9 said:

Why do folk still think Change is easy - SG is doing better than I though but anyone who doesn’t realise that with all the changes we need some stability and 2-3 more transfer windows to really be back.

this thread like other threads is just the same over reactive nonsense we don’t need but keep repeating. 

Threads like this will stop when we start turning up for big games and start lifting trophies.

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8 hours ago, keithgersbear said:

We need to give him the full season to give a proper assessment. The knee-jerk reactions on this thread are pathetic. I blame the players as much as Gerrard. Bottling big games consistently for years now. 

There is a few players slide into that category .Most of these players have been winners with us 

Ultimately it's trophies that count at this club

So I work my way back to find the root cause  

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12 minutes ago, Ryan_1 said:

Fuck sake.

Steven Gerrard has been the best thing that's happened to us in years, certainly from a footballing stand point.

He got yesterday wrong, he's taking the blame, the players also must take the blame and we must see a reaction but to call for his head... Fuck me. 

Remember how we've done in Europe, remember where we were last year and years before. 

Now we have to make a run in the league and get 15 from our next five games and we'll be sitting pretty. 

There is no way this team goes to Tynecastle and gets a result.

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7 minutes ago, STEPPS BOY said:

There is no way this team goes to Tynecastle and gets a result.

Usual shite we hear on a weekly basis on here.

”next 5 games easily winnable” “15 points from 15”.

Fucking Embarrasing. Can’t remember the last time we won more than 3 games straight. 

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1 minute ago, STEPPS BOY said:

There is no way this team goes to Tynecastle and gets a result.

I’d have no worries going to Tynecastle.

A sense of perspective really is required in the criticism of our manager.

All this talk of away form hoodoos would never have arisen had we seen out two commanding displays at Fir Park and Pittodrie. We are undoubtedly a far better team than Aberdeen and yesterday’s result doesn’t change that. I remember us going to the piggery, getting hammered for eighty odd minutes and leaving with three points courtesy of McCoist. We loved it then, but it was a sickener yesterday because we were on the receiving end.

We are unbeaten in Europe, two points behind the scum in the league and we are gutted at losing a semi final we dominated. Don’t tell me that’s not huge progress.

My main concerns are around our inability to get past a ten man defence, our inability to make anything of free kicks/corners while conceding from one again, and our complete dependence on two boys from Liverpool who run out of steam and ideas after an hour.

As for yesterday, Morelos plays, we win. It’s that simple.

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10 hours ago, Bears r us said:

I really expected to beat Aberdeen today mate, not by maybe more than a goal, but we were just so poor today when we got near their 18 yd box it was hellish to watch. I have no idea why Stevie did not make changes at about 70 minutes. 

I am also going to say and not with any great conviction that I still think he can sort this out. He must start learning from his mistakes and not let players continue to take shite corners and free kicks game after game and also drop players if need be.

I so want Stevie G to make this work, as I know you do, and will continue to keep the faith for as long as I can.

Tonight we are all hurting  because the annoying thing is that the :aberdeen: are not good at the moment. I hope to see the players whoever are picked to prove on Wed night that they know they fucked up today, along with the management team, and put on a good performance.  

Well said Brother. ??

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7 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

two commanding displays at Fir Park and Pittodrie. 

We didn't have a commanding display at Fir park, they battered us.

 

8 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

As for yesterday, Morelos plays, we win. It’s that simple.

No it's not, Morelos has played in other games we have lost.

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11 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

I’d have no worries going to Tynecastle.

A sense of perspective really is required in the criticism of our manager.

All this talk of away form hoodoos would never have arisen had we seen out two commanding displays at Fir Park and Pittodrie. We are undoubtedly a far better team than Aberdeen and yesterday’s result doesn’t change that. I remember us going to the piggery, getting hammered for eighty odd minutes and leaving with three points courtesy of McCoist. We loved it then, but it was a sickener yesterday because we were on the receiving end.

We are unbeaten in Europe, two points behind the scum in the league and we are gutted at losing a semi final we dominated. Don’t tell me that’s not huge progress.

My main concerns are around our inability to get past a ten man defence, our inability to make anything of free kicks/corners while conceding from one again, and our complete dependence on two boys from Liverpool who run out of steam and ideas after an hour.

As for yesterday, Morelos plays, we win. It’s that simple.

Motherwell pumped us mate. That second half was as embarrassing as it gets.

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31 minutes ago, Colin Traive said:

We are unbeaten in Europe, two points behind the scum in the league and we are gutted at losing a semi final we dominated. Don’t tell me that’s not huge progress.

Pointless positivity. Aberdeen let us "dominate" and we never looked like scoring.

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This genuinely reminds me of when le guen came in - had us performing in Europe but league form was pish. I imagine that the European run is giving Gerrard a bit leeway at the moment but when this ends he won't have any cover left for away defeats or pish like yesterday. 

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