Monday, 12 December 2016
Be The Boss - Steven Hayes
Our "boss" for the upcoming match at home to Inverness is Blue & White Army foot soldier Stevie Hayes, whom you may recognise as the former free-scoring centre for the Kilmarnock Supporters FC. Stevie has opted for a 4-2-3-1 formation and these are the players who he is giving the nod...
Jamie MacDonald - Easy Choice, last season's Player of the Year and will be a contender again this season.
Luke Hendrie - He's made this position his own with solid performances.
Scott Boyd - Was my man of the match at Motherwell with last ditch challenges and good positional sense.
Will Boyle - Aggressive no nonsense defender. Boyle and Boyd have a good understanding and read the game well and have built a good partnership.
Greg Taylor - Another aggressive defender and at 19 is only going to get stronger every game and, like Hendrie, has made that position his own.
Stevie Smith - Some were surprised at him being named the skipper but now he's showing why. Another solid performer he's been the lynchpin of the team.
Gary Dicker - Wins most aerial challenges and tackles to break up the play; controls the tempo of game with a good range of passing and composure on ball.
Jordan Jones - Exciting talent, gets the crowd on their feet with his runs and electrifying pace. One of the best bits of business in summer.
Rory McKenzie - Has mainly been used as a holding midfielder but this is a game I would like two fast wingers and someone in behind the lone striker to give him more support.
Soulyemane Coulibaly - Arguably the best signing in the summer. The wee man has scored a few 'goal of the season' contenders already. More advanced role for this game just in behind the striker instead of out on the wing.
Nathan Tyson - Incredible work rate for his age, he has been brilliant at holding the ball up and linking up play and he surely deserves a few goals soon. I reckon he may open his account this week, that's why he's getting a start up front.