Tim's aren't that good

The Tim's are actually not as good as they are made out to be. We could all see it before the winter break yet other teams couldn't / wouldn't act on it. They are the same team now as they were then albeit with 2 up front since coming back from the winter break. Even though they shouldn't have the option to go 2 up front as griffiths stamp should definitely have seen him facing a ban. Not to mention other flash points he's been involved in since coming back.
 

KL2

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Dodgy decisions have unquestionably helped them, but at the end of the day they have won 23 of 26 games and are handing out tankings on a regular basis.
 

SpeckyHotdog

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It really doesn’t matter if they are good or not. They are well clear in the league and a trophy already in the bag for the season.
 

ellis1873

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Nope they aren't.
Some would have a case to argue they are better than us though.
If consistency is a factor in who is "better," they are better.
 

iaatpies

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They don't need to be. Right now they only need to be better than everybody else.

That includes right now being better than we are. Thats what will win them the title. It matters not a jot that they're not the second coming of 70's Dutch total football. The history books will only record that they won the league.
 

govwalker

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Everyone of Us knows that.

Every other club in SPFL shits the bed everytime they play them as if they are fcking unbeatable. It's so infuriating.

Watch next Week against Team who knows nothing about them week in week out. Bet they give them a game. Like most of their showings in Europe especially Away from Home.

In this tinpot shitehole everyone else is terrified of them.
 

Howlin Wolf

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Since they lost to Livi, I believe they have won 22 out of 23 domestic games, the one loss was of course to us, however their consistency and winning mentality is the key.

The go to Pittodrie, Tynecastle and Rugby Park and win with ease, that’s the massive difference between them and us.
 

weetam3106

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We need to lift ourselves this is an horrendous place to be. This time next week we have Braga and a Scottish Cup game coming up that could define our season. We are all hurting but this self flagellation has to come to and end.
 

LockieA55

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The Tim's are actually not as good as they are made out to be. We could all see it before the winter break yet other teams couldn't / wouldn't act on it. They are the same team now as they were then albeit with 2 up front since coming back from the winter break. Even though they shouldn't have the option to go 2 up front as griffiths stamp should definitely have seen him facing a ban. Not to mention other flash points he's been involved in since coming back.
They’ve scored 21 compared to our 7 for %^*& sake. They’re also 10 points clear. If they’re “not that good” then what are we?
 

monkey magic

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They don't need to be good. Teams trying to put the boot in against them as they do us would soon see red cards.
 
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A1bertz

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They have no problems with the rest of the chunts in the league. That's as good as they need to be.
They could play their women's team against us and Aberdeen for the rest of the season and they'd still win the league.
 

Al Bundy

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They are good enough to pump teams 4 nil and 5 nil that we struggle against.
While not the brazil team of 1970 they are good enough to cope with the dross in this league.
We have the core of a good side but sides have clocked how to play against us and there is no plan b.
That said dodgy referees dont help our cause.
 

Shawlands_Bear

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They're not great by any means. Going into the new year we were on nearly identical goal difference.

But the tables have completely turned in the last 7/8 games: they've won 7 in a row, winning by a total 27-3.
 

Mabearette

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They have more depth in their squad that can cope better with injuries. They have worked out how to play against regular SPFL teams. We should maybe check out how they do it by enduring watching their games but may get infuriated by the different refereeing.
 

Coisty09

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When they have injuries they are bringing in players that are worth a few million pounds whereas we are bringing guys we have picked up for pennies.
 

Duranman

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The rest of the league is phucking dire. On our day we can match them, but come undone against the teams who sit in and have us figured out.

I agree they aren't that good and we have proven that on occasion. Unfortunately we are far worse
 

buc11

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They really aren't but they are difficult to beat when you're a slip or a touch on the shoulder away from a red card or a penalty.
 
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