I've probably been at worse games than this but right now I don't remember many. A clean sheet, with defenders obviously keen to clear the ball as quickly as possible so as to avoid any repeat of last week's errors at Raith Rovers, a shut out for our new goalkeeper, and we're also a point closer to the top 4 after today's game. In the name of being balanced and not overlooking small crumbs of comfort, those are the positives.
This game was dire, and devoid of anything that ever drew us to watch football and support a team. If this was your first game, you'd never go back. Both teams were awful. Constantly giving away possession to each other. Failing to control the ball. Wayward shots at goal.
Dunfermline's team had two changes - Ryan Scully coming in for Lee Robinson, who was noticeably absent from the squad, plus Callum Smith replacing Myles Hippolyte up front. Lining up in a 4-4-2 diamond formation - or 4-1-2-1-2 - with Tom Beadling in a defensive midfield role, behind James Vincent and Joe Thomson, and Kallum Higginbotham playing in ''the hole'' behind the front 2, we lacked width but did at least see Higgy get a lot of the ball, as the team's only real source of creativity. There was no doubting his desire to make things happen for the team but there wasn't a lot of support from his team mates and all too often Higgy was left to look for passes to players who simply didn't move into space, except on one occasion when he found Faissal El Bakhtaoui, whose first touch let him down and the chance was lost.
We were powder puff up front. Faissal snatched at a couple of shots, while Callum Smith looked woefully out of his depth. Both were substituted and we ended the game, even more depressingly, with Myles Hippolyte and Robbie Muirhead as our ''strikers''. The sound you can hear is Jesus weeping.
This squad needs a complete overhaul. It clearly can't, and won't, happen in this transfer window. If we continue to produce performances like today's, the season cannot end soon enough and we face yet another summer rebuild but this time born out of necessity.
Referee Alan Newlands was as bad as the players from both sides. Some of his decisions were baffling but there were none of great consequence. Much like the football on show.
That's all I can say about this appalling game.