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Weshallnotbemoved last won the day on November 2

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  1. Lochgelly Albert

    Lochgelly 8 Craigness 0 What a difference a week makes .”Players playing in the right positions, playing for each other and absolutely no bitching amongst the players. Fantastic to watch and could have been an even bigger winning margin” wrote one fan. “What a display the day. Must keep Stevie Broon as manager” wrote another. Hate to say I told you so but the writing was on the wall for Nessie and Pikey the minute the Lying King and Rafiki entered Gardiners Park
  2. Weekend roundup

    A 4-0 success for the Bluebell at Carnoustie and Fife’s top side leapfrog Bonnyrigg, Lochee and Penicuik into second place in the super league while in the Premier a win for Hals’s reserve team over Tayport sees their quest for a quick return gather pace.
  3. True Story

    Just seen the big man in Hills again and a said to him, you can’t have been doing well with your bets lately and his reply was. “Hills are no taking juniors anymore so I’m betting with McBookie who take singles.....been backing whoever’s playing Lochgelly ever since Rafiki and the Lying King went there and I’m quids in”
  4. Dundonald Bluebell

    Dundonald have moved quickly to secure the services of goal machine Lewis Baker following the close of the Swedish domestic season.
  5. Lochgelly Albert

    Only a fortnight ago Mr Illustrious picked the DSD man of the match against the mighty YM, today he could be picking the team
  6. Lochgelly Albert

    The Berts have parted company with First Team Manager, Craig Ness. A spokesman for the club said “Craig has been a great servant to the Albert since taking over as Manager in challenging circumstances. His dedication to the Club and to his work has been absolute and the contribution he made is considerable. However, our early promise under Craig’s management has not been consistently evident in recent months and the Board feels that, regrettably, a change is necessary to keep the Club moving forward – consistent with the long-term expectations of our supporters”. “Craig is and will remain a very popular, respected figure at Lochgelly and will be welcome back at Gardiners Park in future, both professionally and as a friend of the Club. "The Club will now begin the process of identifying and appointing its next First Team Manager and will make no further comment on the process until the appropriate time." Well at least he never got sacked by text this time.
  7. Weekend roundup

    Thornton win the Fife derby, Bluebell progress to the next round of the cup, the fallout at Oakley escalates from social media onto the park as they self destruct since the return of Newbigging and the Cooper curse continues at Gardiners park as Ness is sacked from Lochgelly. If carlsberg did weekends.
  8. Glenrothes

    Nessie and Pikey are on there way
  9. Kennoway Star Hearts

    Just been told one of their committee collapsed and was taken to hospital during Saturdays game. Not got a name yet but wish him a speedy recovery.
  10. Dundonald Bluebell

    Hahahaha The damage caused by Cooper will take a considerable time to repair but since the return of Simpy there are signs that the Glens are emerging from the long, unlit tunnel they entered in September 2011
  11. Dundonald Bluebell

    Boys are all disappointed with the result but what goes on at Dundonald stays in Dundonald. Move along.
  12. Lochgelly Albert

    Hearing Berts who are playing just along the road are a goal down
  13. Dundonald Bluebell

    No score at half time
  14. Lochgelly Albert

    Delighted to hear another “one of our own” Lee Wilson has joined the mass Exodus at Gardiners Park for St Andrews.
  15. Kelty Hearts

    Took in the game before starting my shift last night, (decent crowd for a Tuesday in October), and Hubby was outstanding but got to say the opposition were dreadful.
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