Posted by: palmerstonblue | February 27, 2012



Saturday’s disappointing 3-0 defeat at Falkirk saw Queens slump to the foot of the 1st division after both Raith, and Ayr came from behind to win their games and in doing so condemned Queens to bottom spot.

For Queens it was their 3rd loss this season to Falkirk, and the end of their 5 game unbeaten run, and in truth, Queens did not deserve to get anything from the game, with Falkirk-and in particular former Queens man, Willie Gibson-being by far the better team. The result means that Queens have now won just once in their last 10 league games, and on current form are just about the worst team in Scotland, with the next fixture-away at Ross County-not offering much in the hope of a change in fortune.

Although the season is far from over, relegation to the 2nd division is certainly a possibility, and if Queens are to make a serious challenge to stay in the 1st division for next season, it must begin to happen very quickly as the games are running out. March is looking like the make or break month for Queens with 5 games,3 at home, and with points  very much needed, the home games really must yield 3 wins to give Queens the belief that they are good enough to stay up.


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